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“Being a first-time buyer, I needed guidance on how the process works. Simon Rowe helped mainly by being patient and breaking down information for me so I could understand the mortgage procedure, always giving time to speak with me to answer any fo...

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We often get asked by our clients...

“do I really need life insurance and critical illness cover to protect my mortgage?”

And the answer is always “YES YES YES”

Although it is not compulsory we highly recommended that you protect yourself against the unknown!

Aviva (1 of 12 provides we arran...

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Analysis of the first three months of this year also revealed the number of offers made to borrowers applying for specialist mortgages were also at record highs.

Indeed, between January and March 2019, mortgage brokers were able to convert more than 89% of applications into offers which is the h...

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Richard recommends Mortgage Squared 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

"They Understood my situation, offered sound advise even when others were talking .....

Would suggest all to use their services and get all advice though Simon.

Start to finish so simple, have tried before with other companies and was led down the...

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The Bank of England’s monetary policy committee has voted unanimously to keep the base rate at 0.75 per cent.

The Bank of England has made the biggest increases to its forecasts for the UK economy in more than two years as the global economy stabilises and cheaper gas and electricity prices hold...

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Home-owners who are approaching the end of their 2-year remortgage deals could see their rate more than double if they do not hunt around for a new Deal, experts recommend that you start to look for a new deal 3 months prior to the end of your current one.

In the coming months, borrowers who loc...

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Services

Mortgage Advice

  • First Time Buyers

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    A first-time buyer (FTB) is a term used in the British and Irish property markets, and in other countries, for a potential house buyer who has not previously owned a property. A first-time buyer is usually desirable to a seller as they do not have to sell a property, and as such will not involve a housing chain.
  • Remortgage

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    A remortgage is where you take out a new mortgage on a property you already own - either to replace your existing mortgage or to borrow money against your property.
  • Moving home

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    If you are thinking about moving home you may need a Home Mover mortgage. These mortgage products work in exactly the same way as standard mortgages, if you’re trading up to a larger property, you may need to increase the size of your loan. But you’ll need to ensure it’s affordable once you get there.
  • Buy to Let

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    A buy to let mortgage is a loan for purchasing or refinancing residential property which is let to tenants rather than lived in by the borrower. Classed as a business transaction, rates and fees are typically higher than those you would find with a standard residential mortgage.
  • Mortgages for Professionals

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    Professional mortgages are aimed at borrowers who are employed in certain professions – whose qualifications, predictable career progression and reliable income makes them a more attractive prospect for lenders, not all of whom operate on the High Street.
  • Help to Buy Scheme

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    The popular Government-funded Help to Buy Equity Loan is available until 2021, so you can find your new home with just a 5% deposit. With competitive mortgage rates available, now really is a great time to buy. Get expert help from Mortgage Squared today.
  • Equity Release

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    There are two equity release options: Lifetime Mortgage and Home Reversion.
  • Secured Loans

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    There are two types of loans that individuals and businesses can take out when they need extra funds for projects, repairs and other unexpected expenses, secured and unsecured. Secured loans are loans that are backed by collateral (typically a car or house) that the lender can take if the loan is not repaid. Unsecured loans are loans that are not backed by collateral and therefore typically have higher interest rates.
  • Commercial Mortgages

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    A commercial mortgage is any loan secured on property which is not your residence. Buy to let mortgages are a special type of high volume commercial mortgage which is packaged for a volume market. But since almost every other kind of premises are different, each loan has to be assessed individually and priced according to the risk.
  • Bridging Finance

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    A “bridge loan” is basically a short term loan taken out by a borrower against their current property to finance the purchase of a new property. Also known as a swing loan, gap financing, or interim financing, a bridge loan is typically good for a six month period, but can extend up to 12 months. Most bridge loans carry an interest rate of roughly 2% above the average fixed-rate product and come with equally high closing costs. Bridge loans are generally taken out when a borrower is looking to upgrade to a bigger home, and haven’t yet sold their current home. A bridge loan essentially “bridges the gap” between the time the old property is sold and the new property is purchased.
  • Military Mortgages

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    Army mortgages, military mortgages, forces mortgages etc. are all the same thing, and basically describe any mortgage that would suit any member of the MOD requiring help or support in purchasing a property.
  • Mortgage Protection

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    We all know that taking out a mortgage is likely to be the biggest financial commitment we will ever make in our lives. That is why it is important to plan for the unforeseen and ensure you have the right protection in place to give you and your loved ones that all important peace of mind.
  • Mortgage Calculator

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    One of the most common (and sensible) questions we get asked is, "how much will my mortgage cost?". It’s a good question because your mortgage is probably going to be your biggest outgoing each month, and it’s important to know that what you want to do is affordable both now and in the future. Our mortgage cost calculator is quick and easy to use so you can find out the cost of your mortgage in seconds. http://www.mortgagesquared.co.uk/calculators/

Armed Forces Mortgages

  • Military Mortgages

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    We are veteran owned and run. Our founder Simon started his career in the Military and has since served for over 20 years between both the Regular and Reserve Army. He is still currently serving as a Reservist in the Rifles. Mortgage Squared was set up to offer advice with a deep understanding of Military life, combined with expert knowledge of the mortgage industry. Military for military, to help you, without having to visit every suit in a bank along the high street.

Protection & Insurance

  • Home Insurance

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    Home Insurance is made up of Buildings and Contents Insurance, which can be purchased individually or together. Neither policy is a legal requirement, however it’s important to consider whether you need or want to cover your property and/or belongings. You are usually required to obtain Buildings Insurance depending on your mortgage or loan provider – this is worth checking with them.
  • Landlord Insurance

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    Landlord insurance covers against risks related to your buy-to-let property and rental activity. Most policies start with building insurance and property owners’ liability insurance. You can add many other covers, such as loss of rent, tenant default or accidental damage, depending on your needs.
  • Business Insurance

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    Different types of business insurance cover different risks. Public liability insurance covers compensation claims made by a member of the public, while professional indemnity insurance covers you if you’re sued by a client. Employers’ liability insurance covers compensation claims from employees.
  • Life Insurance

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    Life insurance, also known as life cover or life assurance is a way to help protect your loved ones financially if you were to die during the length of your policy. Please remember that life insurance is not a savings or investment product and has no cash value unless a valid claim is made.
  • Critical Illness Cover

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    Critical illness insurance will pay out if you get one of the specific medical conditions or injuries listed in the policy. But be aware that not all conditions are covered and the policy may also state how serious the condition must be. Don’t confuse critical illness cover with life insurance, although they are sometimes sold together. Most policies will also consider permanent disabilities as a result of injury or illness. Some insurance providers will only pay out once but there are some providers that offer protection on your policy. Some policies will make a smaller payment for less severe conditions, or if one of your children has one of the specified conditions. The key here is to know what you want covering and do your research. Always check that you are getting the best deal for your circumstances.
  • Income Protection

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    Each year one million people in the UK find themselves unable to work due to a serious illness or injury (ABI 2017). Income protection insurance is designed to give you some cover if you can’t earn an income for those reasons. If something happened to you would you be able to survive on savings, or on sick pay from work? If not, you’ll need some other way to keep paying the bills and you might want to consider income protection insurance.

Financial Calculators

  • Mortgage Calculator

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    One of the most common (and sensible) questions we get asked is, "how much will my mortgage cost?". It’s a good question because your mortgage is probably going to be your biggest outgoing each month, and it’s important to know that what you want to do is affordable both now and in the future. Our mortgage cost calculator is quick and easy to use so you can find out the cost of your mortgage in seconds.
  • Pension Calculator

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  • Savings Calculator

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  • Inheritance Tax Calculator

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Other Services

  • Conveyancing

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    Conveyancing is when there is a legal transfer from one owner to another. A conveyancing solicitor or licensed conveyancer will ensure that the client receives the deeds to the property and any land. The exchange of signed contracts between the buyer and the seller is what legally commits both parties to the sale of the property and this is where the conveyancer from both sides will make this easier and smoother for you. We know it’s important that the legal process doesn’t slow you down when you’re buying a property or Remortgaging, that’s why here at Mortgage Squared we want to help you make this step as easy as possible.
  • Surveyors

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    Find a Local RICS Chartered Surveyor and get Instant Survey Quotes. We provide instant survey quotes from qualified Chartered Surveyors, either individual RICS Members (MRICS), RICS Fellows (FRICS) or RICS Regulated Firms.
  • Financial Advice

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    Whether it’s savings & investments or retirement planning that you wish to discuss, we can guide you through your options and be with you every step of the way.
  • Credit Files

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    There are three main credit reference agencies, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion (formerly Callcredit). Each holds personal information on you that lenders will use. Even the smallest error can have an impact so it is important to check your credit report thoroughly.

Testimonials

2 months ago
Fantastic service... very helpful and friendly. They made the mortgage application so easy and stressless. Would highly recommend
- Ashley L
5 months ago
Simon who dealt with me was really knowledgeable and filled me with confidence, that I was putting my finances in good hands. They delivered a great friendly service and I got a better deal than I was expecting with them.
- Edward N
3 months ago
Fantastic personalised service from Simon. Quick to respond to queries and made the process easy and hassle free.
- Robin O

About us

Simon started his career in the Military and has since served for the last 20 years between both the Regular and Reserve Army, he is still currently serving as a senior non-commissioned officer in the Rifles.Simon has over 12 years industry experience having worked as an independent broker and at one of the UK’s major banks both as a Mortgage Advisor and a Banking Manager.Simon’s business ethic is focused around equality. With many of the high street banks offering differing levels of service to their clients, he believes that everyone should be delivered an equally high level of service regardless of their personal circumstances.He has built up a strong client base over the years through his ability to simplify the mortgage application process for his clients, whilst having access to the whole mortgage market ensuring he gets the right mortgage for them.Simon has held the Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice Levels 1,2 and 3 for 12 years and is currently adding to his qualifications by studying towards the Diploma in Mortgage Advice and Practice to further his credentials. Simon is qualified to give advice in all areas of Mortgages, Life and Critical Illness Cover and General Insurance.Abby is Mortgage Squared’s Customer Experience Manager, her role is to oversee the process following submission of your application to a lender, to ensure the application is as stress free and simple as the initial advice and arranging of the mortgage.Abby brings a wealth of experience with her, having worked within the financial industry for 20 years. Highly organised and massively customer focused, she is a huge asset to the business.


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    BH2 5PS
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