Moving Home

Irrespective of whether you are looking to move house, due to relocation to another part of the country or to move up the property ladder to a larger property, moving house and finding the right mortgage for you might seem a little daunting and maybe a stressful prospect.  But it doesn’t need to be.

Actually, moving house is an exciting time but there’s a lot to know about the process and what’s exactly involved in moving house.

If you are looking to purchase a new home, now is a sensible time to review your current mortgage with you; if you already have a mortgage, you might be considering whether to port it to the new property or not. But before you port, let us check using our whole of market computer software to see if there are better deals available to you. Perhaps you are wanting to increase your borrowing, or your personal situation has changed this will all need to be taken into consideration.

How we can help?

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We will conduct a free review
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We will tell you how much more you can afford to borrow
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Which mortgage deal best suits your needs
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We will work with you to secure you an Agreement in Principle

Understanding the lending criteria, while proving affordability for many borrowers isn’t as straight forward as it once was. So our expert, whole of market Mortgage Advisors will conduct a free review and tell you how much more you can afford to borrow and which mortgage deal best suits your needs.

When the timing is right, we will work with you to secure you an Agreement in Principle to show to potential Estate Agents that you are in a firm position to proceed.

The team at Yes Mortgage Services have been helping individuals since 2012 to obtain the right mortgage and as a whole of market Mortgage Advisor know the market inside and out.  Our team of experts are always on hand to find the right finance solution for you and to answer any questions you might have.

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We need to be honest with you… Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.