BUYING YOUR FIRST HOME

Buying a house is one of the most important purchases you will ever make and buying your first home can seem a daunting prospect…

There are a vast array of mortgage types and rates available from a wide range of lenders and choosing the ideal one for your circumstances can be a confusing decision.

Your Harris Begley Mortgage Advisor can help guide you through the whole buying process including tips on negotiating the best price for your property, what type of survey you will need, recommending solicitors and surveyors if required and of course securing a mortgage deal which not only suits your needs, but represents the best value for money in the market.

After analysing your financial circumstances, we will recommend the most suitable mortgage from over one hundred banks, building societies and other lenders and simplify the entire mortgage application for you. Our experience and knowledge of the lending market means we can help overcome any issues lenders may raise in order to get you a decision as quickly as possible. Plus, we have a dedicated administration team available 9am-5pm weekdays either by phone or email, so you can easily contact the person managing your mortgage application.

Finally, we will assess your mortgage protection needs and can recommend a suitable mortgage protection policy and building and contents insurance and put these into place ready for your completion date when you move into your new home.

We offer a free, no obligation initial consultation to discuss your mortgage requirements and we will source and supply a mortgage quote for you without charge. After your free of charge consultation, if you confirm that you are happy to proceed with the mortgage quote supplied, you will be subject to a mortgage arrangement fee of £495, which is payable at the mortgage application stage

To book your free, no obligation appointment, please contact Harris Begley on Tel 01736 366550 or email enquiries@harrisbegley.co.uk

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.