Bridging loans

What are Bridging loans? A Bridging loan, is a loan taken out for a short term, usually to bridge a gap. Most bridging loans can not go beyond 12 months. When would I use a

New Mortgage Broker in Stockport

Mortgage Success has recently taken on a Mortgage Broker in Stockport. We are now able to offer Whole of Market Mortgage Advice in Stockport and the surrounding areas with your local Mortgage Advisor. If you

Who are the most lenient Mortgage lenders

Who are the most lenient Mortgage lenders? There are lenders who are more flexible than others. Some in terms of credit scoring, some are more lenient in criteria and some in both. Lenders do occassionally

The costs of buying your first home

When we receive a phone call from a prospective client, one of the questions we get asked a lot is about what costs are involved with buying a home. So we thought we would try

Who uses a Mortgage Broker?

The simple answer is anyone can use a Mortgage Broker. Many of our customers tend to have complicated situations, for example the self employed or people with bad credit (defaults, CCJs, bankruptcy etc), however our

Home Purchase

As a home mover, you have possibly already been there and done it with arranging a Mortgage. However it can still be a stressful position to be in – if not more so than a

Mortgages & Brexit

We are seeing a lot of people concerned with how voting out of the EU will affect Mortgages. It is difficult to answer that question with any sort of confidence, however in the immeidate aftermath

Buy to Lets and Tax / Stamp Duty

This is a relatively short post about the current tax and stamp duty rules for Buy to lets and secod properties and the impending changes over the next 3-4 years. I recently came across a

Mortgages, Brokers and Terminology

I am sure we are all guilty of using terms, phrases and initials for various things in our working lives and Mortgage Brokers are no different. I thought it would be a useful post to

How to find a good Mortgage Broker

This is a tricky one, it would be very easy to say call us (we will get to that, but for the purposes of this post we will try to be unbiased). How do you