Mortgages are one of the largest single purchases in most people’s lives, with banks, building societies and smaller niche lenders competing for your business. At Compass, we are independent and give unbiased financial advice: we are here to take the stress out of finding a mortgage and we’ll help you every step of the way.
Residential mortgages are loans secured on the home where you or your family live. It is important to review your residential mortgage regularly to ensure that your current deal still meets your needs. Whether you’re buying your first home, upsizing, downsizing, or simply looking for a better deal, we offer impartial advice to help you to secure the right mortgage for your circumstances.
If you’re looking to purchase an investment property with the intention of letting it out, a buy-to-let mortgage could help you finance your purchase. With many different product features available and varying eligibility criteria, seeking independent advice can ensure you get the right product at the right price to maximise your return. Speak to our independent mortgage adviser, Laura today.
Financing a commercial purchase is very different to taking out a residential or buy-to-let mortgage. This is because most providers have very little published lending policy and view each application on its business merits. At Compass, our financial advisers can help you to present your application in the best possible light and discuss your proposition with providers across the market to find the best lender for your individual business needs.
How can Compass help me choose the right mortgage?
You can ask us to explain any of the different types of mortgages in more detail, or ask for an illustration. We will work with you to find the most suitable mortgage for you and your circumstances. Speak to Laura, our mortgage specialist, who will be happy to get the ball rolling.
Mortgage Advice is provided by Laura Rathbone at Mutatio Mortgage Services LLP.
Your information and data is not passed to third party companies without your permission
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some forms of mortgages.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
There may be a fee for mortgage advice. The amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances.