Subprime mortgages. Prime service.

Have you encountered an unexpected event, the result of which has given you an adverse credit rating?

Are you currently experiencing personal issues that are placing strain on your financial security? Has the breakdown of a marriage or the failure of a business left you questioning the viability of owning a property?

If the answer is ‘yes’ then we fully empathise with your situation. However the return of the sub-prime mortgage may provide the help you need to either return to or retain home ownership.

A new time for subprime

The subprime mortgage is back, however this time it is safer, more robust and heavily regulated.

The new subprime mortgage has been created to cater for those who have experienced a financial setback and are now classed as having an adverse credit score – even through no fault of their own.

Life is never black and white

The new subprime mortgage has been developed with this in mind.

Complete Mortgages believes that rather than be excluded from home ownership following a setback, those affected should be provided with an option that enables them to maintain a sense of order.

Our team of in-house subprime mortgage specialists can tell you what you need to know and help you determine whether a subprime mortgage is the right option for you.

Contact the team at Complete Mortgages:

  • To better understand how homeownership can fit within your debt management plan
  • For advice and guidance on applying for a sub-prime mortgage
  • To discuss how arranging a sub-prime mortgage could benefit you
  • To discover how the new sub-prime mortgages arranged by Complete Mortgages differ from those available before the financial crash

Phone 01483 238280 or email info@complete-mortgages.co.uk.

There will be a fee for arranging your mortgage and the precise amount will depend upon your circumstances. This fee will typically be between £999.00 and £1,499.00, depending on the type of mortgage that you are arranging and is payable upon application.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.