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.
If you're thinking about switching mortgage deals you could benefit from talking to a mortgage adviser. Mortgage Advice Bureau make switching mortgage deals as stress free as possible.
See your borrowing options when you're aged 40+ and how to improve your chances of getting a mortgage.
What is the age limit for getting a mortgage? Can I get a mortgage over 50? How many years mortgage can I get? Read the answers in this guide.
There are lots of different options if you're over 60 however the mortgages available will depend on your personal circumstances and their criteria.
Expert mortgage advisers at Mortgage Advice Bureau will look at mortgages for over 70s from over 90 different lenders to offer the right advice for you.
Expert mortgage advisers at Mortgage Advice Bureau take you through the mortgage application process.
Get it right and a rental property can be a good investment. Find out more about the pros and cons of being a landlord.
Ever wondered what stamp duty actually is? Or what APRC and ERC stands for? We're busting the jargon in our mortgage terms glossary.
What is the true cost of buying a house? Find out what you may end up paying on top of your monthly mortgage payments.
We want you to be aware of the fees and charges you could come across whilst applying for a mortgage.
When you remortgage with Mortgage Advice Bureau, their advisers strive to make it a quick, simple and straightforward process. Find out here how long it can take.
We've provided a step by step guide for the mortgage application process. Take a look to find out what happens in between the initial consultation and completion of your mortgage.
See what the potential repayments on a £60,000 mortgage would be.
Mortgage Advice Bureau will search thousands of mortgages so you don't have to. Answer some mortgage related questions and an adviser will give you a call to discuss your options.
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