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Published on : November 5, 2014 13:32


You’ve decided to buy a new property – but where do you go to get a mortgage?

While your bank or building society will be able to offer you their current deals, visiting a mortgage advisor could save you time and money by helping you find the best mortgage for your requirements.

Why Use a Personal Mortgage Advisor to Find Your Mortgage?

Compare the Mortgage Market

Edward Mellor’s Mortgage Advisors compare the deals of 30+ high street and specialist banks and building societies to find the mortgage that’s right for you.

As well as offering different rates, each lender has different borrowing criteria – meaning one may be prepared to lend you more money than another.

Exclusive Deals

As a member of Openwork, one of the UK’s largest financial advice networks, we offer an extensive range of mortgage products, including some exclusive mortgage deals that are not available by going directly to the lender.


Because we are not affiliated with any particular lender or product, we will always recommend the mortgage that’s best for your requirements – not the one that generates the most commission.

Keep Up To Date

Our team will inform you when a product becomes available which could save you money on your mortgage, ensuring you are always on the best deal.

We Do The Hard Work

Once you’ve found the right mortgage, we’ll take care of all the paperwork and liaise with your Estate Agent to make your move as simple and stress-free as possible.

The Complete Service

There are other services to consider when buying a new property, such as Home Insurance and updating your Personal Insurance policy (such as Critical Illness Cover, Income Protection, and Pension Investments). Speak to our team for a tailor-made quote and organise all your financial services under one roof.

To book your FREE appointment with our team of mortgage experts, please click here.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

A fee of a maximum of £500 or up to 1% of the mortgage amount, if greater, may be charged depending on your circumstances. A typical fee is £126.

Openwork Limited offers insurance and investment advice on products from a limited number of product providers and advice on mortgages representative of the whole market.

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