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Why you should use a broker for UK mortgages

Whether you’re an expat living overseas looking to invest in the buy-to-let market or you’re a resident in the UK wanting to buy your first home or re-mortgage an existing property to free up some equity, it is imperative that you use a mortgage broker.

Seeking expert and professional advice from an independent mortgage consultant will ensure that you will end up with the most appropriate product to suit your circumstances.

By putting your trust in a reliable and proven broker like deVere Mortgages, you can benefit from a greater choice of lenders, instead of being limited to just the few banks that you would be able to contact yourself. Additionally, by working with a mortgage broker, you will be able to find a better deal on your home loan than you will be able to by shopping by yourself, thereby ensuring it is the most cost effective solution for you.

Your mortgage is likely to be your biggest outgoing and could potentially be with you for a long time. For this reason, it is very important that you gain all the information you need before making a decision. Whether you are in the early stages of house-hunting or have already found a property, it is always a good idea to seek expert help to get advice on lending criteria, property laws and with the customs of property buying in the area.

If you have any more specific questions about mortgages or property investment in general, feel free to contact deVere Mortgages here

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