What is Mortgage Buddy, and Why Do You Need It?
Today, mortgages are not designed as a one-size-fits-all product. There are many different rules and varieties that will vary between lenders and borrowers.
The problem is how do you know who, or what, you need? Moving house or remortgaging can be stressful enough.
Mortgage Buddy will match you up with an adviser that suits your circumstance — and this service won’t cost you a penny.Get a quote
Frequently Asked Questions:
It’s pretty simple really!
1. Get In Touch – we’ll take a few details from you and get an idea of any special circumstances and products that you may need.
2. We match you with a Buddy – We search our network for the perfect advisor for you. They may be a specialist in a certain type of mortgage but they’re all regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and act as whole-of-market brokers.
3. Get a Mortgage – Your adviser will help you find a product, they’ll search the market and conduct several checks to ensure that your mortgage is perfect for you.
Mortgage Buddy charge nothing for out matching services. We search our network for the very best fit for you. The adviser we pick must be impartial on lenders and they’re regulated by the FCA. Your adviser may charge a fee for their services and hours they put in, and we sometimes take a small fee from them, meaning we can offer you our matching service at absolutely no cost to you!
We are an information only website and aim to provide you with the most recent and up to date information. Please note that you use this information at your own risk and can’t accept liability if you find any of the information incorrect. The information on the site is not tailored advice to each individual reader, and as such does not constitute financial advice. All the mortgage advisors we work with are fully qualified to provide mortgage advice and who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The advisors will offer any advice specific to you and your needs. By making an enquiry you accept that your information will be passed to one of the specialists. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) does not regulate some forms of buy to let mortgages.