Are you making the most of expert mortgage advice?

Don't wait until you've saved enough of a deposit before talking to a mortgage expert. Talk to Mortgage Advice Bureau and get a better understanding of how mortgages work and your options. That way, when you’re ready to move you’ll be much better prepared.

Expert advisers at Mortgage Advice Bureau will help you understand:

  • how much you could borrow
  • the deposit you might need 
  • what the monthly repayments might be
  • how long the mortgage process could take 
  • what the mortgages jargon means.



Start the conversation

Complete the form on this page and an adviser will contact you for an initial chat. There’s no obligation - it’s your opportunity to ask all the questions you have about taking out a mortgage.

To start the conversation with a mortgage adviser, click the link below and answer a few questions such as the value of the house you want to buy, how long you want the mortgage term to be, how much you earn and how much you've already saved. This will give Mortgage Advice Bureau enough information so they can talk you through your options. Or you can speak to an adviser at your nearest building society branch. 

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Not ready to talk yet?

Not a problem. We’ll be here when you’re ready. In the meantime, here's a link to a wide range of handy mortgage guides and tools that will help you on your mortgage journey.

Why choose Mortgage Advice Bureau?

We have partnered with Mortgage Advice Bureau, because they're one of the UK's leading mortgage brokers, who search over 12,000 mortgages from 90 lenders. With a team of 1,600 advisers, they've won many national awards for the quality of their advice and service.


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