Mortgages in Adlington - Adlington Mortgage Advisor
Reliable Mortgage Guidance
Getting a mortgage can be a difficult task, no matter your financial history. Whether you’re a first-time buyer looking for a mortgage, or an existing house owner looking to potentially save money, we can help.
If you’ve been turned down by a bank in the past or just don’t know where to start, we’ll show you the way. Our fully qualified mortgage advisor will give you honest and reliable advice on the best steps to take next. Not only do we offer honest advice, but we also offer a range of mortgage solutions at competitive rates.
Call us now on 01204 699002 to speak to one of our qualified mortgage advisors.
First Time Buyers Advice
With housing prices getting higher and higher every year, getting on the property ladder has never been harder. If you’re a first-time buyer looking for a mortgage in Adlington, then we can guide you through the steps. Getting a mortgage might seem like a scary and daunting task but it doesn't have to be!
Buying Your First Home In Adlington
Adlington is a small town located a few miles away from the nearby towns Chorley and Blackrod. With a population of only 7,326 people, it’s relatively small which makes it a great local community for first-time buyers.
According to recent property data in Adlington from the past year, the most common sold property were terraced houses which sold for an average of £115,210. Detached properties sold for an average price of £234,199, while semi-detached properties fetched on average £151,091.
Most houses in Adlington are just a short walk from local amenities such as the local train station and local shops. There are also plenty of nearby parks and play areas for young children as well as a local primary school.
With 2 and 3 bedroom terraced houses available from £117,000, Adlington is a great area for first-time buyers looking to move into a quiet area.
All housing prices correct as of 12th May 2017
We Can Help You Buy Your First Home
If you need help securing a mortgage for your first property in Adlington, then we can help. Our experienced team has helped plenty of first-time buyers obtain mortgages for the house of their dreams.
To see how we can turn your first buying experience into a pleasant one, call us now on 01204 699002.
Buy to Let Mortgages
Investing in property has always been a popular choice for many investors. Buy to let property is an excellent way to potentially earn monthly income from renting out your property. Not only can you use this money to pay your monthly mortgage payments, but your property can also increase in value over time.
If you want to know more about how buying to let can be beneficial for you, then call us today to speak to our trained mortgage advisor.
Remortgage Your Home
If you’re already a homeowner, then you could benefit from remortgaging your house. Often seen as something somebody would do in order to raise capital, nowadays more and more people are remortgaging their homes in a bid to save money.
By remortgaging your house you are essentially ending your current mortgage and starting a new one with new terms. Since there are so many different mortgage advisors out there who are all offering introductory rates and special offers, you can often save money.
To see if you can save money by remortgaging your home, call us today on 01204 699002.
Award Winning Customer Service
Here at Rivington Mortgages, we take customer service seriously and make sure every customer gets the best possible outcome. No matter if you’re looking for honest mortgage advice or a mortgage at a competitive rate, we have decades of experience helping customers.
Thanks to our fantastic customer service we’ve won the “Best In” category at the Best of Bolton awards. Not only were we rated the best mortgage broker and advisor in the Bolton and surrounding area, but we’re also one of the top rated nationally!
To see why we’re constantly rated number 1, call us today on 01204 699002 for expert mortgage advice.
Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
Not all Buy To Lets are regulated by The Financial Conduct Authority
You may have an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you remortgage