Buying a house is probably the largest purchase you’ll ever make. And probably one of the most complex. With thousands of mortgages available to choose from, without the right advice, finding the right one can feel a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack.

That’s where our expert advisors and brokers can help. We will:

Calculate and compare all the costs involved so you don’t end up paying over the odds.

Explain how the different types of mortgages work and help you find the one that will suit your needs and financial circumstances.

Help you prepare and get all your paperwork in order to give you the best chance of being accepted for a mortgage.

Additional benefits

Independent advice We’re independent which means our Cambridge team work hard to secure you the best deal available in the UK- not estate agents or lenders.
Better deals We have access to thousands of lenders and private banks, many offering exclusive products that aren’t available online or on the high street. And our friendly brokers and advisors have the knowledge to offer advice on the deal that’s best for you.
Save money We pride ourselves on saving you money. We scour the market, compare deals and crunch the numbers to make sure you end up with the right product at the right price both now, and in the longer term.
Buyer's protection We’ll give you up to £400 back from valuation and survey fees if your sale falls through, once you’ve started working with us.
Transparent fees We charge £100 fee submission fee for mortgages, which represents our commitment to finding you the right product and doing everything we can to ensure a speedy completion. We charge a further £150 once your mortgage completes.
Good communication We look at your personal circumstances and will guide you through the best available options. We always explain the reasons for our recommendations and are here to offer help and advice.
Peace of mind We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, which means our team of advisors and brokers act with integrity with your best interests at heart at all times.
Flexible appointments We’re not just 9-5, our advisors and brokers will fit meetings around your busy lifestyle. And of course we are always here in our Cambridge office at the end of the phone, to offer advice and guidance.
  • "Your assistance in helping me obtain a mortgage was much appreciated and I hope to finalise my purchase in the coming two weeks. When the opportunity arises I will recommend your company.

    Richard Roberts
  • "Many thanks to you and your team for all your help with the remortgage, it’s been much appreciated.

    Elizabeth Davies
  • "Thanks so much for the support you gave me while purchasing a property in Cambridge. It was my first time buying property here and the process went very smoothly thanks to you.

    Tony Lin

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Five Tips for Saving Toward a Bigger Deposit

We know that it can be hard to find the extra money every month to save towards your first or next home.  We’ve compiled these five tips – some of them a bit easier than others – that you could implement to save money.

  1. Reduce your food bills – some simple meal planning will help you reduce food and money waste. Spend half an hour every week planning the week ahead and write your shopping list to fulfil that menu.  Also consider changing supermarkets to one of the lower cost ones such as Lidl or Aldi for all or part of your shop.  Cook from scratch – convenience or ready meals are expensive, a healthy family meal can be made in under half an hour and will save you hundreds of £’s over the course of a year. Reduce your restaurant or takeaway meals so that they are treats – you will appreciate them all the more as will your back pocket! If you can’t resist the pull towards a pub or restaurant sign up to loyalty schemes or emails to take advantage of offers.
  2. Consider taking in a lodger – if you have a spare room or if your children could share for a short period while you are saving you can earn up to £7500 a year without having to pay tax (sign up to the Rent a Room scheme).
  3. Take a staycation – we all love to holiday but the average family holiday abroad (according to Expedia) costs £4800 plus £280 per week spending money.  Instead of booking a holiday away stay at home, book the time off work and spend days out with the family or as a couple.  If your single and saving then take some time off to visit with friends or family you haven’t seen in a while.  Explore the area you live in – go for bike rides.  If you really need to get away then consider camping, narrow boating or a lower cost holiday cottage in the UK instead of going abroad.
  4. Review your insurances and utilities – reviewing your insurance and utility contracts annually could save yourself a lot of money, utility and insurance providers rely on us having such busy lives that we don’t review our policies.  Price and policy rises can happen unnoticed and before you know it you could be paying a lot more than you realise.
  5. Manage your money – sounds simple, but if you set yourself a monthly budget and set up some standing orders into separate savings accounts e.g. a holiday fund, house fund, clothing fund that get transferred on pay day you are far less likely to fritter money.