About Broker FAQs

-Answers to your mortgage broker questions-

A Mortgage Broker is a middle-person for the mortgage process – a little like a wholesaler. Your Mortgage Broker has access to a wide range of lenders and will help you choose the most suitable one for your situation.

Buying a house can be tough. The mortgage process can typically take up to 60 hours. Your Mortgage Broker will manage this process from start to finish – so you don't have to worry about handling any paperwork or the admin headaches. Your Mortgage Broker will let you know what information required I needed for your mortgage application.

At the beginning, a Mortgage Broker will assess your situation and research the market for you to find the best mortgage option. Your Mortgage Broker will keep the process moving and communicate with you at each stage. After your Mortgage Broker has received your Mortgage Approval in Principle, they will liaise with the lender, the lender's valuer and your solicitor.

It’s their job to make your mortgage process easier. They can contact the lender and solicitors. They will be there every step of the way to give professional advice and to help you out with any questions you have along the way.