Mortgage advice in Lisburn, Belfast, and Northern Ireland
Lisburn Mortgage Centre sources from a wide range of mortgage lenders and providers, with hundreds of competitive products to choose from. Our specialist broker will help tailor these options to your specific needs, and encourage you to consider and develop a long term mortgage strategy as needs may change over time.
We understand that our clients’ busy work schedules can sometimes mean finding time during 9-5 business hours can be difficult. At Lisburn Mortgage Centre we offer appointments from 8am to 9pm, Monday to Friday and also on Saturday mornings to suit your individual needs. Visits can be to your home if this is preferred.
First Time Buyers
At Lisburn Mortgage Centre we know that buying your first home is an exciting time, but it can also be a stressful and daunting process; that’s why we’re on hand to help guide you through the process and support you every step of the way!
Managing a new budget can seem overwhelming and we can help to provide clarity on what costs come with buying a new home and what you might expect to pay.
We can also make a recommendation for legal services and recommend a solicitor.
When it comes time to remortgage, whether you are looking for a better deal or just wanting to switch lenders, we can help to find the most suitable option available to you.
Lisburn Mortgage Centre uses sophisticated sourcing systems with access to whole of mortgage market. This means we review deals from a vast pool of lenders and products, a highly competitive market place and therefore highly competitive rates for our customers.
In addition, we like to keep the process as smooth and as low-cost as possible for our clients and can source deals that have:
No lender arrangement fee
Free legal conveyancing
Reduce monthly payments
Obtain a better interest rate property
Release funds from your property
*Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Securing short term debt against a long term borrowing plan will invariably make the cost of this borrowing more expensive over the full term.