Finding a new home can be

difficult. It doesn’t have to be.

Fed up with renting?

If you rent your home, it can be frustrating to know your hard-earned cash is going into someone else’s pocket each month.

If you’ve ever thought about owning your own place, the mortgage market may appear daunting. How do you choose the right deal? Which lenders should you talk to? And what on earth is a Standard Variable Rate?!

Specialist mortgage advice for first time buyers

We know choice is important, so we have access to over 50 of the UK’s best-known lenders, thousands of products, and some exclusive deals that you won’t find anywhere else.

But we also know that choice is no good without guidance and advice. We spend time getting to know you and your specific circumstances, and we will help you understand:

  • How much you can borrow
  • The extra costs you need to consider
  • How to protect your investment
  • Which mortgage deal is most suitable

Most importantly, we’ll support you throughout the purchase process. That way, you can be sure someone is there to guide you every step of the way.

The service Fortis provides is based on the experience and knowledge gained over more than 25 years of providing quality mortgage advice to thousands of satisfied clients.

Our business is built on three key principles:

  • Service
  • Trust
  • Knowledge

We have access to a comprehensive range of lenders from High Street lenders to those that will only transact with intermediaries like us. On occasion we are able to offer advice on exclusive products provided by our lender partners.

Our service covers a broad range of property finance including:

  • First Time Buyers
  • Home Movers
  • Remortgages
  • Buy to Let
  • Self-Build
  • Equity Release *
  • Bridging Finance *
  • Secured Loans *
  • Commercial Funding *

For more information on Fortis Mortgage Brokers see our profile here https://sportcfa.com/listing/fortis-mortgage-brokers/

We can also offer advice to ensure that your mortgage commitment is adequately protected so that you or your family do not suffer any financial hardship in the event of death or loss of income.

To discuss your mortgage needs, please do get in touch.

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

* Referred to our commercial partners who provide advice in these areas.

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