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        Apply for a Mortgage

        We have all the information you'll need across a host of different articles about the mortgage application process.

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        A Guide to Applying for a Mortgage

        Go here for an overview of the mortgage application process, including what it involves, what documents you’ll need and how to get help with your application.

        Joint Mortgages

        Everything you need to know about joint mortgage applications, including how much the two of you can borrow, how your application will be assessed and more.

        Joint Borrower, Sole Proprietor Mortgages

        All you need to know about applying for a joint borrower, sole proprietor mortgage, including which lenders offer these arrangements, how to get one and more.

        Getting an Agreement in Principle

        A complete guide to agreements in principle, including how to get one, what purpose they serve and what to do if you’ve been rejected for one.

        Change of Circumstances

        Find out what happens to your mortgage application if your circumstances have changed since you got started, including what options you have and more.

        Foreign National Mortgages

        How to apply for a mortgage as a foreign national, including what visa type you’ll need, what documents are needed and where to get professional advice.

        Can a Mortgage Cover Stamp Duty?

        Find out whether you can put your stamp duty charges onto your mortgage debt and read up on the pros and cons of doing this.

        Joint Mortgages With Family

        Find out how to get a mortgage if you’re applying with one or more family members, including what deals you could take advantage of and more.

        Applying for a Mortgage in Scotland

        A comprehensive guide to mortgage applications in Scotland, including how the market up there is different to the rest of the UK and much more.

        Final Credit Checks

        Learn what the final credit checks for a mortgage involve, how to boost your chances of passing them and what to do if you fail them.

        Mortgage Overpayments

        Want to make overpayments on your mortgage? Here’s everything you need to know about how to overpay and whether it’s worth it.

        International Mortgages

        Looking for a mortgage on an overseas property? Find out how an experienced broker can improve your chances of success

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        We want you to have complete confidence in our service, and get the best chance of securing your mortgage. We guarantee to get your mortgage approved where others can’t – or we’ll give you £100*

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        A Helpful Guide to Single Parent Mortgages

        Your Credit Score

        A Complete Guide to Mortgages

        Getting a First-Time Buyer Mortgage

        Mortgage Eligibility Criteria

        How The Bank Of England Base Rate Affects Mortgages

        A Guide To Mortgage Retentions When Buying a House

        Self Certified Mortgages: Are They Still Available?

        Getting a Mortgage With Outstanding Debt

        Getting a Single Person Mortgage When Buying a House

        What Stops You From Getting a Mortgage?

        Switching to or From a Fixed-Rate Mortgage

        Getting a Mortgage if you are Disabled

        Mortgage Underwriting in the UK

        What to do if You Can’t Get a Mortgage

        Pros and Cons of Fixed-Rate Mortgages

        What Happens When Your Fixed Rate Mortgage Term Ends?

        Mortgages for 2, 3 or 4 People

        Mortgage Redundancy Insurance

        Getting a Mortgage in Northern Ireland

        Cryptocurrency Mortgages

        How to Get a Sole Mortgage When Married or Living with Your Partner

        Removing a Name from a Joint Mortgage

        Tracker Vs Variable Rate Mortgages

        How Debt-to-Income Ratios Affect Mortgage Applications

        Leaving a Fixed-Rate Mortgage Early

        Islamic Halal Mortgages

        Getting a Mortgage While Still Paying off a Loan

        What are the maximum mortgage terms?

        Should You Go For a 2, 3 or 5 Year Fixed Mortgage?

        Two Year Tracker Mortgages

        Getting Another Mortgage If You Already Have One

        Bank Statements for a Mortgage

        Gambling and Mortgages

        Long Term Fixed-Rate Mortgages

        Getting a Mortgage in Wales

        Mortgage Brokers Vs Banks

        How to get Accepted for a Mortgage

        Selling a House With a Fixed Rate Mortgage

        What To Do If Your Mortgage Offer is Withdrawn

        What Happens if One Person Dies On a Joint Mortgage?

        How to Get a Mortgage Quickly

        How Does Co-Signing a Mortgage Work?

        Second-Time Buyer Mortgages

        Can You Get a Mortgage with a Criminal Record?

        Getting a Mortgage With No Early Repayment Charges

        Getting a Mortgage if You’re a Visa Holder

        A Guide to Rent-a-Room Mortgages

        Mortgage Guarantee Scheme

        FCA Disclaimer

        *Based on our research, the content contained in this article is accurate as of the most recent time of writing. Lender criteria and policies change regularly so speak to one of the advisors we work with to confirm the most accurate up to date information. The information on the site is not tailored advice to each individual reader, and as such does not constitute financial advice. All advisors working with us as well as any of our own are fully qualified to provide mortgage advice and work only for firms who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. They will offer any advice specific to you and your needs.

        Some types of buy to let mortgages are not regulated by the FCA. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. As a mortgage is secured against your home, it may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage. Equity released from your home will also be secured against it.