When you are considering buying property, your first call should be to a mortgage adviser. An adviser can guide you through the maze of financial products available to home buyers and ensure that you are best placed to buy the property you want on the best terms available to you.

But be careful. Some advisers are tied to particular panels of lenders and cannot offer you ‘whole market’ advice. Make sure that you employ the services of a properly qualified and established firm of mortgage advisers that offers ‘whole market’ advice. You also need to check if they deal with lender’s “direct only” products. Only then can you be sure of seeing all that is available to you.

In the UK, mortgage advisers are regulated by The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) which implements strict controls on the quality of advice offered and imposes a regulatory format for new business. Mortgage Required are registered with the FCA and offer ‘whole market’ mortgage advice.

Our experience and detailed knowledge of the whole mortgage market will help you secure the home of your dreams on the best terms available for you.

At Mortgage Required, we specialise in placing the right mortgages for our customers. We are paid under the terms regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, reference 573718. For an initial chat with no obligation contact us by clicking here.

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