At last - you've found what you've been looking for - a specialist mortgage broker with access to the whole of the UK market place. We are able to provide comprehensive mortgage advice, in conjunction with a professional yet friendly service tailored to your needs.
The Mortgage Shop (Worthing) is dedicated to customer service from the initial enquiry through to the satisfactory completion. Our advisors are CeMap and FPC qualified, and we are regulated by the Financial Services Authority. We combined our expertise with the latest computer technology to ensure that all our clients receive the very best service, advice and products choice.
Our professional advice is available to you without obligation, so whether you're a first time buyer or looking to re-mortgage, raise some capital for an investment property either here or abroad, whatever the reason - but subject to your financial status - The Mortgage Shop (Worthing) can advise and assist you
We have endeavoured to design this website to give all our potential clients, whatever their personal circumstances, credit rating or background, as much online assistance as possible. However this is only a visual tool, and we strongly recommend you speak to one of our fully qualified advisors for no obligation free initial advice.
The Mortgage Shop (Worthing) are specialists in the criteria for self employed, low income, buy to let, let to buy, remortgages, purchase and first time buyers.
Read through our TYPES OF HELP OFFERED for more information, or telephone us on 01903 214210 or 07887 870472 to arrange an informal chat or appointment.
The overall cost for comparison is 5.8% APR. The actual rate available will depend upon your circumstances. Ask for a personalised illustration.
The guidance and/or advice contained in this website are subject to UK regulatory regime and therefore restricted to consumers based in the UK.
The Financial Services Authority does not regulate some forms of buy to lets and secured loans.
Think carefully before securing other debts against your home.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.