Finance expert, Get Me My Mortgage, has named My Mortgage Experts as its go-to mortgage broker.
As the way we live and work moves at breakneck speed, more and more people in the UK are self-employed or running their own business – which can make securing a mortgage a tricky proposition. UK based, Get Me My Mortgage, specialises in securing mortgage deals for those whose circumstances don’t fit neatly into the standard requirements. From the self-employed to those with less than perfect credit, Get Me My Mortgage is the first stop to getting on the first step of the property ladder.
A unique and innovative service, Get Me My Mortgage has the ability to search over 20,000 loans in order to match customers with the perfect broker for them and their circumstances – kind of like Tinder for mortgage hunters. Once we’ve completed our matchmaking magic, the broker will take over all negotiations, including applying for the loan and liaison with solicitors and estate agents; taking the strain out of the complex and time-consuming process. For those looking to seal the deal and get on the move quickly, Get Me My Mortgage even offers a fast track service – ensuring that customers don’t miss the boat on that perfect property.
Get Me My Mortgage is delighted to be affiliated with My Mortgage Experts; bringing together decades of experience and outstanding service. Based in Northampton, My Mortgage Experts is the region’s go-to specialist for buying, remortgaging and conveyancing. On the relationship with Get Me My Mortgage, Managing Director, Sam Hubbard, says, “At My Mortgage Experts, we subscribe to the Treating Customers Fairly initiative and, we’re delighted to be able to work with Get Me My Mortgage who share our business philosophy and ethos when it comes to getting our customers the best deal possible.”
For more information on Get Me My Mortgage, visit: https://www.getmemymortgage.co.uk/
For more information on My Mortgage Experts, visit: https://www.mymortgageexperts.co.uk/
A mortgage is a loan secured against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.