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Here are Rivington Mortgages, we are committed to offering mortgage advice and solutions for first time buyers to owners looking to remortgage. Whatever reason you’re looking for a mortgage, our qualified mortgage advisor will be more than happy to help.

If you’ve been turning down by a bank or have no idea where to start, then we can help put things into motion.

Call us today on 01204 699002 to speak to one of our trained mortgage advisor specialists.

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Mortgages for First Time Buyers

For many first-time buyers, it can seem like a hard task getting on the property ladder. With so many things to consider from price to location, it can be very stressful. To help you find the property of your dreams and secure a mortgage, we’re here to help every step of the way.


Areas in Chorley for First Time Buyers

Just north of Wigan, Chorley is a thriving community known for its open market and history of textile manufacturing. With a population of 34,000 back in 2011, Chorley might sound like a small town, but it's a great location for first-time buyers.



Located on the outskirts of Chorley, Adlington is located in the middle of Chorley town centre and the neighbouring town of Horwich. An ideal location for commuting to work in Chorley, Wigan, Preston or Bolton, Adlington also has its own primary school and plenty of leisure activities.

According to recent house price data in the area, the most common property sold in 2016 were terraced houses for an average of £115,210. Detached properties sold for an average of £234,199, while semi-detached properties fetched £151,091.

With so many local amenities nearby and 3 bedroom terraced houses available from £100,000, Adlington is a great place to bring up kids.



North of Chorley town centre is Clayton-Le-Woods, a quiet village located next to a golf club with plenty of local shops nearby. Ideal for young and older kids thanks to its nearby primary school and college, Clayton-Le-Woods is perfect for any family.

Recent housing data in Clayton-Le-Woods from 2016 showed that detached properties were the most common property sold for an average of £261,572. Semi-detached properties were next at an average of £134,940 while terraced properties averaged at £127,208.

With 2 bedroom terraced houses available from £117,500, Clayton-Le-Woods is a great place for families of all ages.


Astley Village

Just a short walk away from Chorley town centre, Astley Village is a great community full of local shops and parks. With a high school, leisure centre and supermarket nearby, Astley Village would suit a family with young teens.

Looking at recent housing data in the area, the majority of sales in Astley Village from 2016 were detached properties which sold for an average of £257,435. Terraced houses, on the other hand, sold for an average of £90,750 while semi-detached properties fetched an average of £161,554.

With plenty of 2 & 3 bedroom terraced houses available from as little as £85,000, Astley Village is an excellent choice for many first-time buyers.

All housing prices correct as of 12th May 2017


Looking for a Mortgage in Chorley? We can Help

If you’re looking to buy you first property in Chorley and want to get things started, we can help. Our experienced mortgage adviser will happily guide you through the steps to make your first time buying experience a breeze.

Call us now on 01204 699002 for a chat with our friendly mortgage adviser.


Buy to Let Mortgages

Buying property to rent out has become an increasingly popular investment choice over the last few years. Not only can your property increase in value over time, but you can also earn a monthly income to help pay your bills.

If you want to learn more about if you can buy a property to rent, then contact us today. Call us on 01204 699002 to speak to our qualified mortgage adviser who will be able to give advice on how to get started.



Remortgaging your house is an excellent way to potentially save money every month. In the past, remortgaging your house was seen as something you would do to raise capital, but nowadays many people remortgage to save money.

By switching your current mortgage provider to another one, you can sometimes save money and be better off. By ending your current mortgage and starting a new mortgage with new terms, you can lock in a different interest rate. With so many different lenders offering competitive rates, there’s a good chance remortgaging will end up saving you money.


Award Winning 5 Star Service

Here at Rivington Mortgages, we pride ourselves on customer service. In fact our customer service is so good, we’ve even received an award for it. We’re proud to have been recognised by our customer for our outstanding customer service. Our customers have voted us the best mortgage broker and mortgage advisor at the Best of Bolton awards.

To see why we’re the number 1 mortgage provider in Bolton and the surrounding areas, call us today on 01204 699002 to speak to our trained mortgage adviser.

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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