The Question ….

There are so many different types of mortgages available to first time buyers, how do I know where to even start or what type of mortgage I need to buy my first property?
— Gemma from Hunstanton

The Answer ….

Hi Gemma, Obviously every first time buyer has a different financial and personal situation to the next. That is why it’s very important to speak with the experts. A mortgage broker or mortgage adviser will help you compare mortgage offers to identify a lender and mortgage product that is suitable to you. Mortgage brokers and mortgage advisers, have access to some first time buyer mortgage deals that are not publicly available.

Tip! – Do no restrict yourself by talking to just the building society or bank that you operate your current or savings account with

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Gemma, give them a call today on 0800 694 0779 or compare the current mortgage offers online and you will soon be on your way to your first mortgage. I hope this helps you.


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