Bee Mortgages Mortgage Brokers in Shrewsbury

With so many different types of mortgage around, how can you be sure that you are getting the right mortgage for your circumstances' The answer is easier than you think; just speak to bee, the mortgage people. bee mortgages are completely independent and represent you, the client not the mortgage lender. Here at bee mortgages we have access to thousands of mortgage deals from lenders across the whole market, and we specialise in matching each and every customer with the best possible deal for their circumstances.

Contact Details

  City Shrewsbury
  Postcode SY1 1HF
  Address 9 Shoplatch
  Phone Number 017 4336 2270
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Bee Mortgages can offer expert mortgage advice gained over 20 years working in the Financial Services industry. Comprehensive mortgage advice is available sourced from a wide range of lenders, and Bee Mortgages also work from a carefully selected panel of insurance companies. A list of insurance providers is available on request. The entire mortgage process is managed for you from application to completion including regular progress updates for all clients. We offer ‘No Fee Mortgage Advice' meaning that we do not charge you a fee at any stage of the enquiry or application process.

You may find buying your first home a little bit daunting. There's the challenge of finding your first property, choosing the most suitable mortgage, selecting the best solicitor and making sure the whole process runs smoothly. The first step is to call Bee Mortgages to discuss the mortgage options available to you. It doesn't matter if you haven't found a property just yet, as facts and figures can be provided that will help you select the property within your price range. It is also better to get a mortgage approved in principle first, so that you can show vendors and estate agents that you are ready and able to proceed.

The loss of a spouse or parent can leave dependants with additional issues to cope with other than the emotional. If you are inadequately insured, your dependants may be left with a dramatically reduced household income, which could affect their quality of life. Potentially there may be reduced opportunities for children such as the inability to pay for a university education, or you may have difficulties in maintaining mortgage payments on a reduced income. In the event of your death, a lender will not write off your debt.