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We believe in simple things and so we know that you obviously have a few questions about your mortgage and finance needs. Read our FAQ

There is not a question too complex or simple to ask and we will give you our non-jargon honest answers without being bias.

Ask away any question or you can always give us a call for a talk at any time if you need more information

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Worrying over debt is clearly a source of stress amongst many of those who need to borrow. “‘can I get a mortgage if I have an overdraft?” are commonly-asked questions.

What happens if your mortgage lender goes out of business faq?

“no need to panic. There will be a process in place to protect you.

A Bank or Lender loans money with interest. The amount borrowed is secured against the value of the property. The details of the loan agreement are registered against the Title – this is what is known as a mortgage.

There may be options out there and some credit issues carry less weight than others.

Some lenders are willing to lend to those with bad credit but at a higher interest rate

Yes, but the lender will assess your ‘debt-to-income’ ratio. This is the portion of your monthly income which is used paying credit cards, bills, loans and student finance to ensure you aren’t overstretching yourself financially.

We advise is to cancel any unused credit cards before applying for a mortgage because lenders will look at the amount of credit available, not the amount you owe.

Yes self-employed people can still successfully apply for a mortgage

What happens if your mortgage lender goes out of business?

“no need to panic. There will be a process in place to protect you.

Either you can or we will on your behalf contact the lender as soon as possible to ask for their advice on the next steps with your mortgage. In some cases, they will continue to honour the mortgage until the end of your term, another lender who might purchase their portfolio of mortgage loans.

“Most likely, the terms of your mortgage agreement will not change.”

A similar scenario happened when Tesco Money announced it was selling its mortgages to Lloyds Banking Group, under the part of the business run by Halifax.

Tesco Money confirmed its customers’ terms would remain the same and there would be no changes to their term.

A Bank or Lender loans money with interest. The amount borrowed is secured against the value of the property. The details of the loan agreement are registered against the Title – this is what is known as a mortgage.

There are two main types of mortgages Fixed Rate Mortgage and Variable Rate Mortgage. A Fixed Rate Mortgage means that your interest amount is fixed for a given period (usually two to five years) your repayments don’t change. A Variable Rate Mortgage means the amount of interest you pay could change, and therefore so do your repayments.

Yes, our advice is always impartial and independent, our advisors will recommend what they consider to be the best mortgage to meet your needs. We have no affiliation with a particular lender or panel. Our advisors are all fully CeMap qualified, FCA regulated and offer professional advice.

As a ‘whole of market broker’ this means that we have access to the whole mortgage market. Azembel mortgage advisers search and compare the entire market to find the best offer that suits you, we do all the hard work for you.

Azembel mortgage advisors take all the hard work out of finding the very best mortgage offers available for you. Our brokers are fully qualified and FCA Regulated. We could charge an Application Fee and a Financial Arrangement Fee payable on completion. Any fees will be written on the documentation provided prior to any commitment by the customer.

There is no criteria to determine what you can borrow. The amount you qualify for will be determined by the purchase price of the property, your income, deposit you are able to put down and monthly expenses.

For more details on what you can expect from our office and how your application will be handled through to completion. Contact us

Our mortgage advisers brokers have a wealth of experience in a range of Mortgage types thus is the increasingly popular Buy To Let Mortgage

You may often hear about the term LTV requirement. LTV is an abbreviation for Loan to Value Ratio. This term is used to describe the ratio of a loan to the value of the property. For example, if you borrow £180,000 to purchase a property valued at £210,000 the LTV is 180,000/210,000 or 85%, the remaining 15% is your equity.

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