Mortgages Oldham - Mortgage Advisor In Oldham
Get The Right Mortgage Advice
No matter how great your financial history might be, getting a mortgage could still remain a difficult task. No matter if you’re a property owner looking to save money or a first-time buyer searching for a mortgage; we can help.
Perhaps you’ve been turned away for a mortgage before, or maybe you’re simply unsure of where to start; Our fully qualified mortgage advisor will offer you professional and dependable advice that will help you avoid any and all pitfalls.
In addition to offering professional advice, we also offer an extensive 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 climbing higher and higher every year, the property ladder is becoming more challenging to clamber onto. If you’re a first-time buyer looking for a mortgage in Oldham, then we’re here to help guide you through the steps. Getting a mortgage might seem like an intimidating task, although it shouldn’t have to be!
Buying Your First Home In Oldham
Oldham is a town located a couple of miles northeast of Manchester, and was one of the first-ever industrialised towns during the Industrial Revolution. In fact, at its peak it was the most productive cotton spinning mill town in the world, producing more cotton than France and Germany put together! Nowadays, Oldham boasts the Dove Stone Reservoir – It’s gleaming waters might make you feel as though you’re in the Lake District, and there’s even a sailing club for the more adventuresome among us!
It also offers multiple galleries and a museum that offers you a taste of Oldham’s rich history.
With a population of 233,759, there’s plenty of new people to meet and things to explore – not only does it have close connections to the Norths major cities, but it’s also surrounded by luscious countryside.
The average price for a terraced house in Oldham is £99,160 whereas the average for a semi-detached property is £155,146. If you’re looking for a detached property, then you would be looking at paying around the £252,640 mark.
If you’re a first-time buyer looking to work in Manchester, Bolton, or the surrounding area, then Oldham is a great location!
All housing prices correct as of 20th July 2019
We're Here To Help You Buy Your First Home
If you’re thinking about purchasing your first house in Oldham, then we can help. With our experienced mortgage adviser and excellent rates, we’re ready to ease the burden of your first buying experience.
Call us now on 01204 699002 for trained, expert and friendly mortgage advice.
Buy to Let Mortgages
Many investors have turned their gaze toward Oldham as an up and coming town. In addition to your property likely increasing in value over time, you can also help pay off your mortgage payments if you’re planning on renting your property.
If you would like to know more about how buying to let can be beneficial, then get in touch today.
Please note that your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage.
Remortgage Your Home
Remortgaging used to be seen as a way for the homeowner to raise capital, but these days an increasing number of owners are remortgaging in an attempt to save money.
By remortgaging your house, you are essentially ending your current mortgage and starting a new one – with new terms.
These days many mortgage advisors are offering introductory rates and special offers, meaning you can often save money with ease.
If you’re curious to see if you can save money by remortgaging your home, then call us today on 01204 699002.
Award-Winning 5 Star Service
Here at Rivington Mortgages, we’re proud to have won the “Best In” category at the Best of Bolton awards after our customers voted us the best mortgage broker and mortgage advisor in Bolton and the surrounding area - in fact, we were one of the top-rated advisors nationally!
To experience our award-winning customer service and to see why we’re rated number 1, call us today on 01204 699002 for expert and friendly 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