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Latest High LTV mortgage advice Reviews

Alexandsons
19 Sep 2016
Good to do business with fast and efficient and very helpful would use again for business and have used previously with same good service
Aalto Mortgages Ltd
15 Apr 2015
Used Stuart several times and always been very helpful and provide a great service even when a deal at my end fell through. Have recommended to several of my friends.
Prolific Mortgage Finance
24 Feb 2015
My fiancee and I instructed Paul further to a personal recommendation, it was a great decision. Paul provided a professional
Seico Insurance & Mortgages
4 Nov 2014
“All staff I've spoken to have been extremely helpful, friendly and efficient. Takes all the stress out of insurances and mortgages - Big thanks”

Hiring a specialist for high LTV mortgage advice

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What do you need to know about high LTV mortgage advice?

In mortgage terms ‘LTV’ or ‘Loan To Value’ refers to the size of the loan you want in relation to the value of your mortgaged property and the amount that is yours. When it comes to mortgages it is better to seek a broker than go straight to a bank. A broker is not tied to a certain bank and so they will be able to give you bespoke advice, looking at all the available deals and advising on what is best for you. If you work with a broker until the point where they sign the mortgage you will usually be charged a percentage of the loan, or they may take a commission from the bank, or both. Generally speaking, getting mortgage ‘advice’ is free, though if this is the case it is important to check that you are getting the advice from a credible source. Look over the qualifications and experience of the person giving you advice, and be sure to check customer feedback from their previous clients.