First time buyers, home mover, re mortgages, further advances or buy to let… Whether you are a first-time buyer, an investor, moving up or downsizing, the mortgage market is complicated. Mortgage deals offered by lenders change frequently and the right deal for you is dependent on many things, such as your age, income, stage of life and size of deposit.
For new mortgages, further advances and remortgages we offer a free consultation to discuss your specific needs, requirements and objectives so that we can build a tailored financial solution for your property ownership. You can speak to our fully qualified Mortgage Broker either over the phone or face to face. No matter where you live or where you want to buy property, we can help.
Why use Zenith?
As a qualified and regulated independent intermediary in the mortgage market we can:
- Source deals not available directly to the public
- Access lenders across the market, some of whom you may never have heard of
- Use our knowledge of the marketplace to find the best deals for you and your situation
- Ensure you do not miss out on available deals and take on a mortgage at a higher interest rate or over a longer term than required
When working with Zenith Mortgages you will speak to a maximum of two people. The first will be your Mortgage Broker, who will provide your advice and consultations. The second will be your Mortgage Administrator who will keep you up to date with progress once your mortgage application has been submitted to the lender and through to completion.
Your Zenith Mortgage Broker is there is take the pressure off you by surveying the market to find the mortgage that best suits you, then managing the application process. They have a clear understanding of the market and how the lenders operate and will be there every step of the way with practical advice and help.
We can help with:
- First Time Buyers
- Home Movers
- Further Advances
- Buy to let*
*The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Buy to Let mortgages.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgages.