Premier Mortgage Services is an impartial mortgage broker in Nottingham with access to almost all of the mortgage lenders in the UK, as opposed to some brokers who only have access to a limited panel of lenders.
We also have access to mortgage products from high street lenders that are exclusive to mortgage brokers, and also to some lenders that do not deal directly with the public.
Getting a mortgage can be a stressful and time consuming exercise and we aim to make the process as simple as possible for you to get the best mortgage to fit your circumstances.
Whilst there are many websites where you can look at the various deals available, it can be very confusing and it will be difficult to determine whether or not you actually meet the particular lender's requirements and what the drawbacks of a particular scheme might be.
That's why it's worth taking advice from a qualified mortgage broker with many years experience of helping thousands of clients to achieve their aims.
Calculate your monthly mortgage repayment using our easy to use mortgage calculator.
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Whether you're a first time buyer or looking to move, make the home buying process a doddle with
our jargon busting guide.
Whether you want to get onto the housing ladder or move up it, the Government backed Help to Buy scheme makes it possible with as little as a 5% deposit.
It's important your loved ones are protected and financially secure should disaster strike - whether that's as a result of damage to your home or contents, accident, sickness or death.
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