Mortgage Options offers a free
initial no obligation meeting, discussing all your individual requirements.
If you decide to proceed with a mortgage application we do charge a
Our initial meeting and all subsequent meetings are free with
Our initial meeting and all subsequent meetings are free without obligation. Once you decide to proceed with an application we charge a broker fee of £250 on a successful mortgage application. The only time when a different Broker fee of £400 would apply is if there was adverse credit, such as county court judgements iva's, etc.to reflect the additional work needs to be carried out.
Your fee is only payable on application, as the amount we
will charge is dependent on the amount of research and administration that is
required. The amount charged will be discussed and agreed with yourself at the
Once we have spoken to an underwriter and checked the
affordability with the Lender prior to submission we will then apply for your
Whether you're buying a new property
to let or need to switch to a new buy to let mortgage, let us find you a great
Steven has over 30 years experience as a portfolio Landlord, which allows him to fully understand the market and
the Buy To Let sector.
With house prices in some areas starting to pick up and the increased number of
Lenders recently returning to the market, we are proud to offer a wider range
of products. Having extensive experience and knowledge in this field, that will
help save you both time and money by finding a suitable deal, which will fit all
your personal circumstances.
If you are requiring a mortgage quote, insurance quote or
would like any further information, don't hesitate to contact Steve himself on
07779 605 656.
Mortgage Options is a trading name of Steven Moore. Steven
Moore is an appointed representative of First Complete Limited, which is
authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 435779) for
mortgage and non-investment insurance advice. The Financial Conduct Authority
does not regulate some forms of Buy to Let.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP
REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
There is no guarantee that it will be possible to arrange continuous
letting of the property, nor that the rental income will be sufficient to meet
the cost of the mortgage.