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The essential guide to mortgages
Let us explain what remortgaging is, reasons why you may consider it, when and who can remortgage, the full process including how long it takes plus much more.
The interest rate you’ll pay and the length of your mortgage term are important factors to consider.
If you're looking for a mortgage, the lender will need to be sure that you can pay them back and a credit score helps them understand your situation.
There are many different types of mortgage, this guide will explain them all.
Whole of market experts from Nottingham Mortgage Services will search the mortgage market to offer the right advice for you.
Find out all about agreement, decision and mortgage in principle.
Nottingham Mortgage Services mortgage advisers take you through the mortgage application process.
If you're thinking about switching mortgage deals you could benefit from talking to a mortgage broker. Nottingham Mortgage Services make switching mortgage deals as stress free as possible.
Are you a first time buyer unsure about where to begin? Don't worry, you're not alone. Our essential guide helps you navigate the buying journey.
Get it right and a rental property can be a good investment. Find out more about the pros and cons of being a landlord.
There are many benefits of using a mortgage broker. Find out how they can help make the whole mortgage process simpler for you.
Ever wondered what stamp duty actually is? Or what APRC and ERC stands for? We're busting the jargon in our mortgage terms glossary.
The important question isn't whether you can get a mortgage, it's can you really afford to pay it back.
What is the true cost of buying a house? Find out what you may end up paying on top of your monthly mortgage payments.
Once you have decided that you're going to take the plunge and buy your own home you need to know how much you can borrow.
How much deposit you will need to put down for a house depends on a number of factors. Read our guide to help you decide.
Working out how big a mortgage you can afford to borrow will depend on your personal circumstances.
We want you to be aware of the fees and charges you could come across whilst applying for a mortgage.
There are several types of mortgages available, so you'll need to know which is best suited to you.
When you remortgage with Nottingham Mortgage Services, their brokers strive to make it a quick, simple and straightforward process. Find out here how long it can take.
See what the potential repayments on a £60,000 mortgage would be.
Many factors will affect your eligibility for a mortgage, including your credit history or employment history.
Discover what you could repay monthly on a £100,000 mortgage.
Find out what the repayments on a £160,000 mortgage could be.
Your monthly repayments will vary depending on your mortgage term, interest rates and the size of deposit that you have to put down.
Some Buy to Let mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE