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Right To Buy Mortgage Advice

We are a firm of Mortgage Advisers in the North East of England specializing in right to buy mortgages. We provide advice to council tenants, across the north east, who want to and have the right to buy their council house. We can guide you through the entire process from assisting with the completion of your initial application form, right though to the completion of the purchase of your home.

We will personally handle every step of the right to buy process from finding you the best possible mortgage to suit your individual circumstances, instructing valuers and solicitors on your behalf, arrange any relevant insurances you may require and liaising with the council.

We simply do everything so that you don’t have to.

 

Right To Buy

The Right to Buy scheme is a policy in England which gives secure tenants of councils and housing associations the legal right to buy the home they are living in.

There is also a Right to Acquire for assured tenants of housing associations.

Between 1980 and the present, it is estimated that approximately 2 million homes in the UK have been sold in this manner, many with our help.

You could now get a maximum discount of up to £75,000, or £100,000 if you live in a London Borough.

For Right to Buy mortgages the overall cost comparison is 6.4% APR, The actual rate available will depend upon your circumstances. Please ask for a personalised illustration.

 

Book your appointment today !

We think the best way for us to gauge your needs is for you to call us on our
Freephone: 0808 22 23 24 5. Or use our contact form here

That way we can discuss your needs in greater detail.

After our initial discussion we could arrange a free home consultation where we can discuss your personal circumstances in more detail and you can ask questions to a fully qualified adviser, in the comfort of your own home or in our office

For information on how we are paid for mortgages please click here

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