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Are you looking for a mortgage adviser?
You can find the best Oxford mortgage brokers with Find Me a Mortgage Broker. Start your search here and speak to an expert local mortgage broker today.
Tell us about your mortgage needs and we’ll arrange a call from a perfectly matched adviser. They’ll tell you if they can help, how much you can borrow and what your monthly repayments might be.
You will also be able to ask any questions or discuss any concerns you may have with no obligation to go any further than an informal chat.
Best of all – it’s completely free to use Find Me a Mortgage Broker Oxford!
How It Works
1. Tell us what you need...
Answer a quick questionnaire or fill out our contact form, and tell us what you need help with. We focus on quality not quantity so you can rest assured you won’t be contacted by 100’s of companies.
2. Chat to an expert...
We’ll arrange a free call from the best-matched Oxford mortgage adviser. They will be able to tell you if they can help and what your options will be and they’ll also be able to tell you how much you can borrow and what’s the best mortgage rate you might be able to get.
3. Tell us how it went...
Then let us know if you’re happy to work with your first Oxford mortgage broker match. If you are then you won’t be contacted by anyone else. But if you’re not completely satisfied or would just like to speak to another mortgage professional we’ll arrange for another Oxford home loans expert to get in touch to give you a second opinion or a third…
A mortgage broker can compare mortgages from the whole market not just lenders that advertise on price comparison sites
Some common questions about using a mortgage broker
- A mortgage broker is an expert in mortgages and will ensure you get the very best deal possible
- They will take the time to fully understand your circumstances and will tailor a mortgage recommendation to your suit needs
- Using their expertise they will be able to tell you exactly how much you can borrow and the likelihood of being accepted for a mortgage
- With access to over 90 lenders, a whole-of-market mortgage adviser will be able to compare the whole mortgage market not just those lenders that advertise on price comparison sites
- You won’t have to worry about filling out application forms as your broker will do it for you, saving you time and stress
Amazing! That’s a great start. At least you know you can probably get a mortgage but are you sure it’s the best possible mortgage? With over 12,000 mortgages available at any time there is a high chance you could get a better deal.
Why not have a chat with one of our mortgage experts and ask them to check your bank’s mortgage against the other options in the market. It’s completely free and you may be able to save money each month.
Saving just £100 per month on your mortgage adds up to £6,000 saved over a normal 5 year fixed rate deal!
All the mortgage brokers we work with charge a fee for submitting a mortgage application but they will all gladly offer you plenty of free mortgage advice if you want it.
Let them confirm you can get a mortgage and how much you can borrow and then find out what kind of deal they can get you. It will all be completely free with no obligation to proceed.
Bear in mind a mortgage broker may be able to save you far more on your mortgage than they will charge you in fees!
This is exactly what a mortgage broker is good at!
If you’ve been refused a mortgage then don’t waste any more time. Speak to an expert today as they will be able to tell you exactly why you were refused and whether you are likely to be refused again.
An experienced mortgage adviser will also be able to tell you which lenders are more likely to accept you and what you can do to improve your chances of getting a mortgage
Quite often, yes. Understanding how different banks assess affordability and which lenders will offer you the highest value loan is all part of the service.
A mortgage adviser will also be able to tell you if there are any government schemes or other ways to increase your purchasing power