Right to Buy Mortgage Advice Scunthorpe
Right to Buy Mortgage Advice in Scunthorpe
The Right to Buy Scheme allows people that live in council houses the right to buy their home at an often generous discount. We’re able to help you with the whole right to buy process and not just with mortgage advice.
Often, due to a large amount of discount being offered, no deposit will be required. Money for home improvements, such as a new conservatory, windows or extension options is also available with some of the mortgage lenders we work with.
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Right to Buy Process
We’ll begin by requesting an application form from the council and checking your eligibility. Once this is complete, you’ll receive a price from the council. You’ll then have a period of time to accept this offer.
We’ll provide you with open and honest mortgage advice throughout your whole purchase. Also, if you require any help from solicitors, surveys, or insurance products it’s all part of the service.
Why should I use a Mortgage Broker?
- We’re here for you! We’ll be open and honest with you throughout the whole process.
- We will listen to your situation and aim to make you feel as relaxed as possible throughout your purchase.
- Customer service is at the heart of our business, please read our genuine Reviews at Reviews.co.uk.
- We’re flexible! Our Mortgage Advisors are available 7 days to answer your questions. Mortgage Advice is available on a face to face or over the phone – it’s entirely up to you how you would like to transact with us. It’s the same service either way!
- We’re not a Bank. We are able to search lots of mortgage deals on your behalf to recommend the right one for you.
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