I don’t think you will find many people who don’t know what a mortgage advisor is. Owning a house is one of the basic desires of us humans. Not all of us have sufficient financial resources to fulfill this desire. However, we all do try to find ways of purchasing a home with our limited finances. One such way is ‘mortgage’, a system through which you can buy residential or commercial real estate without paying out its full value. You pay some portion of it and for the rest, you take a loan that is payable over a pre-decided time span. Until the loan repayment, the property acts as a guarantee and the lender can foreclose in case you default. To know the mortgage amount, length, interest rate, etc. that will be available to you according to your credit standing, you need to get mortgage advice from qualified professionals.
Mortgage advisors can be of different types. One is a single lender or tied advisor who works with a specific building society or bank and offers only the products from that particular lender. Such advisors provide you with the details of the different products offered by their company, recommend which of these will be best for you, and assist you with the paperwork and other formalities. You can also avail mortgage advice from independent advisors. These may work independently or alongside an estate agent, and proffer information and advice about the different products available in the entire property market. Not being bound by a single housing society or financial institution, such advisors provide you with much wider choices or options.
I would suggest that you know your loan limits by getting a mortgage pre-approval before going for property hunting. So, you should meet your mortgage advisor before you go to a real estate agent.
Take the Help of a Mortgage Advisor for the Best Deal