KD Walker Mortgage Specialist offers a free mortgage advice service. With over 30 combined years financial services experience, we are a friendly, professional, family run business. We can access a whole range of deals - from First Time Buyers to Buy-To-Let and Commercial mortgages - several of which are exclusive and not available on the high street. There is a wide selection of products available which cover a diverse range of circumstances. If you are unsure a mortgage would be available to you, please contact us and, subject to your circumstances we may be able to arrange a suitable deal.

Serviced Areas

  • North West

Contact Details

  City Bolton
  Postcode BL1 6BH
  Address 644 Chorley Old Road
  Phone Number 012 0484 4722

From Our Website

At M Walker Mortgage Specialist we understand buying a house for the first time and finding the ideal first time buyers mortgage can be daunting. We are here to help! We could advise you on how much you can comfortably borrow (our handy printable Budget Planner may help with this), which type of mortgage you should be taking and for how long. We will take you through the whole process, explain how long each step should take and give you any help and support you require. If you wish, we are also happy to liaise with your estate agent and solicitors to help you have a pleasant home buying experience.

These days, people do not necessarily have to move house to get the home they want. You may live in the ideal location, have lovely neighbours, be close by to work and schools, but just want that extra bedroom, larger kitchen or morning room. By remortgaging you may be able to improve or extend your existing home. Alternatively, you may want to reduce your current monthly mortgage payment and either save or spend the extra monthly income. We could help by assessing hundreds of products to find the one most suitable for your remortgage needs and guide you through how to complete the transaction as quickly as possible.

With investment returns on endowment, pensions, investments, stocks and shares etc now being so low, many people are considering buying property to obtain both rental income and/or capital growth. We may be able to arrange for a 'buy to let' mortgage which could provide you with regular income and potentially top up your pension in a few years. The monthly repayments should be covered by the income generated and give you a profit each month. Some lenders may allow you to have more than one property.