High Value Mortgages
We specialise in high value mortgages over £500,000. Providing a personal touch alongside unrivaled expertise we look forward to securing your large mortgage with care and expert negotiation.
With a strong lender network and access to more than 12,000 products from over 90 lenders, we will be able to work hard for you to find you the right package and the most competitive rates.
We understand that high value mortgages are a big financial commitment for most people, and one that must be considered at great length before any contracts are signed.
At The Mortgage Quarter our specialist mortgage advisors will ensure that they get to know you personally, understand your lifestyle, your goals and tailor a bespoke solution to meet your needs.
How much will the repayments be on a high value mortgage?
Generally speaking for any house purchase, you will require at least a 10% deposit. The higher the deposit, the more attractive your mortgage terms will be. As you will not need to borrow as much, so there is less risk to the lender.
To gain an idea of the expected monthly repayments on a £500,000 mortgage, use our online mortgage calculator. This helpful online resource will give you approximate figures however it will not take the lender’s own terms into consideration. For a more detailed breakdown, contact our expert team who can offer you bespoke solutions to your queries.
We pride ourselves in providing bespoke solutions, especially for those in complex situations, whether you are self-employed, a business owner or non-domiciled.
We are able to explore a range of financial avenues to ensure that your new home and dreams really can come true. Complete the form below, give us a call or drop us an email. We are here to help.
Because we play by the book we want to tell you that...
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
There may be a fee for mortgage advice. The actual amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances.
The fee is up to 1% but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.
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