At Mortgage Gateway, we are committed to providing a tailor-made, personal service to meet every clients’ individual needs. We do not specialise in one specific area, and this enables us to work with your requirements to achieve your goals. We are impartial and offer whole-of-market advice so you can be sure that you are getting the most appropriate deal.
We have a proven record of sourcing mortgages for people with a diverse range of personal circumstances, including foreign nationals, expats and adverse credit. For first time buyers, we can provide a competitive mortgage from high street banks, or through help to buy, shared ownership or right to buy. For people looking to purchase additional property or to build a property portfolio, we can access a variety of high street banks as well as specialist lenders. We also broker commercial mortgages for a range of properties, from a shop with a flat above to an office block or residential block. If you are looking to buy a property at auction or are needing finance quickly, we can source a bridging loan to help complete your transaction. For people that are unable to move their mortgage, we can find a secured loan.
We have access to a vast array of lenders that offer a wide range of mortgages. We specialise in adverse credit, Buy to Let, returning Expats, debt consolidation, residential and commercial mortgages.
Where High Street Banks may not lend, there are a host of specialist lenders that may be able to help, and AA Mortgage Gateway are experts at finding mortgages for people who have previously been turned down.
We also broker many insurance and protection solutions, such as life assurance, critical illness cover, income protection, private medical, buildings and contents, landlords insurance, property development finance and commercial insurance.
AA Mortgage Gateway, 84 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London, TW9 1EZ
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