Mortgage Advice from Experts in the UK – Mint FS
Our advisers will search the whole of the market to ensure you are provided with the most suitable recommendation for your unique circumstances – and what’s more we will put this in plain English to ensure you understand the mortgage you are entering into.
Mortgages Advice from the experts – Mint FS.
We are an expert mortgage broker who specialise in all types of mortgage applications.
Our Independent Advisers will search the market to ensure you are provided with the most suitable recommendation for your unique circumstances – and what’s more we will put this in plain English to ensure you understand the mortgage you are entering into.
Some of the types of mint mortgages we deal with are:
- First Time Buyer
- Home Mover
- Buy To Let
- Shared Ownership & Shared Equity
- New Build / Help To Buy
- High Net Worth
- Product Transfers & Further Advances
- Armed Forces / Police / NHS / Teachers Mortgages
- Contractor Mortgages
Mint Mortgage Services
First Time Buyers
Taking your first step onto the property ladder may be something you have dreamt about for years. We are here to make sure that dream does not turn into a nightmare.
You are already on the property ladder but it is time for a change. Maybe you are relocating or your family is growing and you need more bedrooms or you are nearing retirement and want to downsize.
There are many reasons to look at a remortgage, maybe you have come to the end of a fixed rate period?
Buy to Let
Buy to let mortgages (BTL) are for landlords who wish to purchase a property to let it out. The rules around these mortgages are similar to normal residential mortgages but there are some key differences.
Excited about the prospect of buying a new build but not sure of how you go about getting a mortgage to make it happen?
Mortgage Protection or Decreasing Term life insurance is a policy where your cover amount goes down or ‘decreases’ over time. This means that the monthly premium is lower than that of a level cover policy.
High Net Worth
The definition of high net worth as outlined by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a customer with earnings no less than £300,000 pa or net assets no less than £3 million. Assets can include equity in residential property. We work with lenders who can offer bespoke rates for High Net Worth customers.