We provide Independent Mortgage Advice, primarily to those looking to remortgage or for first time buyer mortgages. Being independent we look across the whole of market to help find the most suitable mortgage for you.
We provide free mortgage consultations – which help answer some of the most common questions that first time buyers or those looking to remortgage have. For example: How much can I borrow? How much can I afford? What are the best mortgage rates available?
For mortgage advice, or to speak to a mortgage adviser email us on: email@example.com or fill out our contact form.
How much can I borrow?
The calculator below will help give you an idea of what you may be able to borrow. The actual amount is dependent many factors, such as the affordability of the mortgage, and not just your income. Contact us for more information or to book a free mortgage consultation.
For more information or for a more accurate idea of how much you may be able to borrow and which mortgages may be available, get in contact to arrange a free consultation.
Different types of mortgages:
There are two main types of mortgages:
1. Fixed rate: where the interest rate that you pay on the mortgage stays the same for a certain number of years.
2. Variable rate: where the interest you are charged can change.
There are advantages and disadvantages to both types of mortgage – and the one that is most suitable for you will depend on your circumstances. For more information, see: https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en/articles/mortgage-interest-rate-options.
Arrange free mortgage consultation:
For a free consultation, contact us on:
Tel: 0141 328 3916
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Who we are:
We are a full-service, independent financial planning and investment management firm based in Glasgow’s George Square. We provide mortgage advice in Glasgow and also to clients around Scotland. We work with private clients to meet their long-term personal and financial aspirations.
Based in Glasgow city centre, we serve clients in and around Glasgow, Edinburgh, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire, Perthshire, Renfrewshire, Fife – throughout Scotland and the UK.
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