What Credit Score do I need for a Mortgage?

We speak to a lot of people who have obtained a copy of their credit report from Equifax or Experian and tell us their score is Excellent/Very good or even at the opposite end of

Remortgage for Home Improvements

With the economy as it is, we are seeing a lot of people talking about staying where they are and either extending their home or making other improvements so this post about getting a Remortgage

Should I use a local Mortgage Broker?

In 7 years of being a Mortgage broker I have always held the opinion that it does not matter where your mortgage broker is based so long as they are good at what they do,

Self Employed using 1 years accounts Mortgage

If you are looking for a mortgage with 1 years accounts, Mortgage Success can help. Many newly self employed people think there is no point even applying for a mortgage with less than three, certainly

Can I remortgage with bad credit?

“Can I remortgage with bad credit?”, is a question we get asked on a daily basis. As an Independent Whole of Market Broker that specialises in bad credit and complex cases we have a very

Why do Mortgage Brokers charge fees?

Every now and again we speak to people who are very much against paying fees to a Mortgage Broker. I have no issues with that, I suppose if we are getting paid commission and other

Mortgages for YouTubers

Mortgages for YouTubers on the face of it seems very strange but in today’s economy more and more people get their income away from the traditional 9-5 full time job and as a complex case

Getting a Mortgage & Divorce

Trying to get a Mortgage can be stressful enough but when you are looking at divorcing at the same time, events may seem overwhelming, complicated and stressful so hopefully this post can help put some

8 Tips before applying for a Mortgage

Seeing Mortgage applicants on a daily basis, we get to see a lot of things that are easily solvable but can prevent you getting a mortgage so here we discuss ‘8 Tips before applying for

GE Money Mortgage Prisoners

GE Money Home Lending were an active lender in the UK mortgage market until they withdrew in 2015 and in doing so have left many homeowners as GE Money Mortgage Prisoners. GE Money stopped lending