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Mortgages – First Time Buyers, Remortgages, Bad Credit History Applicants
Welcome to our mortgage application section. Submit your details in our short application form and let us search the mortgage and remortgage market for you. Bad credit history applicants are welcome. More Info
Types of Mortgages – Interest Only and Repayment

Repayment mortgages are when you pay a piece of the loan and interest in the repayments you make. Meanwhile, as the title suggests, interest only mortgages you will pay only the interest part of the loan, leaving you owing the initial loan sum in full. Read the article on ‘endowment mortgages’, a type of interest only mortgage.

With a rising housing market interest only mortgages have grown in popularity over the last few years, causing great concern among industry experts. Read more about mortgage types in our introduction to mortgages article.
To begin your search of mortgages or remortgages, complete our mortgage application form and we will search the market for you. First time buyers, bad credit history, ccjs are all welcome to apply also. Even with a bad credit history it is still possible to get a mortgage or re-mortgage by using our search form.
Related Mortgage Articles

What Is A Mortgage?
A house is probably the most expensive thing you will ever buy. Today, the average property in the UK costs approximately £195,000. Taking out a loan to cover this kind of sum is not something that should be done without a great deal of thought and consideration........

Endowment Mortgages UK - What Are They?
Buying a house is the most expensive purchase you will ever make in your life. In the UK we are a nation of house buyers. In other countries they are quite happy renting property. Here, it's our great history of land-owning that we can thank for the biggest millstone most of us carry for decades! There are many different types of mortgage than can be used to pay for a property and like most things they are subject to fashion. The endowment mortgage is one such product that has fallen out of favour and become unfashionable, why?.....

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