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

Secure Trust Bank Mortgage Prisoners

Secure Trust bank were not in the residential mortgage market for long, maybe around 2 years but nevertheless there are Secure Trust Bank Mortgage Prisoners as the bank pulled the plug on new lending in

Why has my Mortgage Application been declined?

There are a number of reasons why your Mortgage Application could have been declined. Some of those reasons are easy to overcome, others less so. Below I will cover off the main reasons individually, although

Can we help Mortgage Prisoners?

There has been a lot in the press recently regarding Mortgage Prisoners and how to Help Mortgage Prisoners. This in the main came about following the recession where our governing body (the Financial Conduct Authority

Self Employed Mortgages series page

We often get questions about getting a mortgage and being self employed so we thought it a good idea to put everything together that you may need to know when it comes to Self Employed

Can I get a Mortgage with 2 years Accounts?

In the second of these posts for self employed mortgage applicants, we take a look at getting a mortgage with 2 years accounts. Most mortgage lenders will average out your last 2 years accounts to