Mortgage advice in Aylesbury and surrounding areas
It’s always a good idea to get sound mortgage advice that is why we are partnered with Vizion Mortgages, a local independent broker in Aylesbury, giving you access to the whole mortgage market under one roof.
Expert mortgage advice by an independent brokerage
Vizion Mortgages are an independent brokerage based in Aylesbury Town Centre. Director Craig Woulds has been working with Michael Anthony for over 5 years providing completely free of charge mortgage advice to our buyers and sellers.
Our advisors are here to search the mortgage market and make the process as simple as possible for you. They will guide you through the entire buying or selling journey and find the best mortgage product tailored to you.
Buying your first home? We understand how complicated it can be searching for the right mortgage. It’s an exciting time and the technical financial aspect doesn’t need to be complex. You’ll be guided through the process of how to buy a home and how to take out a mortgage. Once the mortgage deal has been finalised, you’ll be taken through the rest of your property journey until completion.
Our expert advisor will help work out how much you can afford to borrow and get you in the best position to secure the property you wish to buy by arranging an agreement in principle (AIP).
If you are looking to invest in a property with the view of renting it out, you’ll need a Buy-To-Let mortgage. With the criteria around this type of mortgage always changing, Vizion Mortgages are here to help advise on the different products available on the market.
Our advisors have a wealth of knowledge to help both first time landlords and portfolio landlords to maximise their property investment.
Many households allow their mortgage products to expire and end up on the lenders Standard Variable Rate. This means you could be paying more than you should. Vizion Mortgages can help secure a new rate with either a new lender or the same provider to make sure you are getting the best deal.
Remortgaging doesn’t have to involve any additional borrowing, however, some people wish to do so to perhaps buy an investment property or make home improvements.