Our mortgage advisers can assist whether you are a first time buyer, moving home, remortgaging or purchasing a buy to let property. We have vast expertise in helping buyers with small deposits get access to higher Loan to Value (LTV) mortgages which help you get on, or move up the property ladder, including New Build, Help to Buy and shared equity schemes. Whatever your circumstances, we’ll be sure to find the most suitable option for you.
Our award winning advisers also provide expert advice on life protection policies, ensuring you have financial safety nets in place should something bad happen.
From the initial mortgage application to dealing with solicitors and surveyors, we will help you at every step of the way from making an offer to handling all of the paperwork, until the mortgage is finalised and you can move into your new dream home.
Totally FEE FREE Advice.
Unbeatable whole of market choice.
First Time Buyers, New Purchases and Remortgages.
New Build Mortgages with Exclusive Deals.
In principle lending decision in minutes.
Life Insurance, Critical Illness and Income Protection policies.
Buildings & Contents Insurance.
Your own dedicated Mortgage Advisor and Case Manager.
Hassle free - we do all the paperwork.
'Best in Market' award winning advice.
Whether you’re looking to move up the ladder, purchase that dream new build home or are simply looking for a better deal, our free, whole of market service ensures we will find you the best possible deal available.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
First Mortgage has offices within the following locations:
Gateshead (NE11), Newcastle (NE1), Sunderland (SR1), Durham (DH3), Northumberland (NE63), Middlesbrough (TS5), Darlington (DL1), York (YO1 & YO30), Leeds (LS1) and Sheffield (S1).
42 Mosley Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1DF
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