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Mortgages, mortgages, mortgages

Obtaining a residential mortgage can be a daunting task. With so many lenders to approach, different products to consider and of course hundreds of different mortgage brokers and advisers to choose from, knowing where to start can be tricky. That's where we come in...

Residential mortgage guide

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  • Home owners & buyers
  • Business owners
  • Contractors & self-employed
  • First time buyers

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Meet the team

Our lenders

  • Metro Bank
  • Skipton
  • Halifax
  • Santander
  • Kensington

At Mortgages for Business, our residential mortgage advisers have been broking for many years. We have ridden out the credit crisis and also seen some of the most significant regulatory changes ever introduced to the mortgage market. Throughout that time our approach has remained the same. We want our clients to be able to make informed decisions about the biggest financial commitment that they are ever likely to make, and to ensure that because they are happy with our work, they come back to us every time.

Our website will tell you more about us, property finance, what we can do and why you should choose us. But remember, our brokers are always happy to talk to you, so please do not hesitate to get in touch should you wish to have a chat - we do not charge for consultations.

Residential: News and insight

  • Downward trend in owner occupation slows

    The downward trend in owner occupation as a proportion of all dwellings has slowed, falling from a peak of 69.5% in 2002, but starting to level out at 62.4% in 2015 to 62.3% in 2016, the latest Government statistics reveal.

  • Gross mortgage lending down 4% quarter on quarter

    Gross mortgage lending reached an estimated £21.4 billion in March according to figures published today by the Council of Mortgage lenders. This brings total lending for the first quarter of 2017 to an estimated £59.1 billion, down 4% on Q4 2016.