Mortgage Enquiry Form

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Mortgage Requirements

Mortgage Purpose

Have you found a property

Property Value

Existing Mortgage

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Mortgage Term (years)

Income and Status

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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

With regards to Mortgages we charge an initial fee of £250, and then between 0% and 1% of the mortgage amount on completion. This fee will depend on the complexity of your mortgage and we will provide a bespoke fee agreement for you once we know how complex your mortgage is likely to be. We will also offset any commission we receive from the lender. This commission could be as much as 1% which would mean you would not have any additional fees to pay.

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