The First Time Buyers' 

Mortgage Guide

Are you a first time buyer?

If so, let us help you with our helpful comprehensive mortgage guide.

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Buying a home for the first time is a big deal!

Searching for the home of your dreams is exciting - but then reality hits and you realise you have to navigate the confusing world of mortgages, decode mortgage terminology, and conquer mountains of paperwork on your own! It can be an extremely stressful and scary time.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

Our team of professional mortgage advisers can help you through the process. We’ve been in the mortgage game for over 8 years , and we know what is needed to make the journey into your first property as seamless and stress-free as possible.

Are you a First Time Buyer looking for the best mortgage deals?

If so, let us help you with our first-time buyer mortgage advice guide.

What's Buying a Home Like For First-Time Buyers?

For most people, buying a house is like stepping into a completely new world. 
Let’s take a look at the basic steps involved with buying a home for the first time.
  1. Figure out how much you'll be able to borrow and get agreed in principle
  2. Find a place you like that's within your budget
  3.  View the property to see if you like it
  4. Make an offer on the property
  5. Submit your final mortgage application and instruct a solicitor
  6. Have the property inspected by a surveyor and get a report
  7. Get a legal mortgage offer
  8. Contact your solicitor for all the legal documents
  9. Exchange contracts and move into your new home
For more information why not download our helpful guide for first time buyers?  Alternatively contact us we’re always here to answer any questions you might have.
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