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Teacher Mortgage Advice

Teacher Mortgage Advice

As a busy teacher, it can be difficult to find the time to research your mortgage options. At Your Mortgage Expert, we are here to help with Teacher Mortgage Advice. We will do the hard work for you with:

  • Access to a wide range of specialist and high street lenders
  • Flexible appointments to suit your schedule
  • Straightforward, personal service tailored to your needs

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Teacher mortgage advice

Teacher Mortgages Explained

As a family run business, we truly understand the value of teachers. That’s why we love to help you.

There isn’t a specific mortgage for teachers. But there are lenders who are set up to support teachers. And we work with those lenders.

Teaching is a trusted profession, so there may be advantageous terms with certain lenders. Some have exclusive benefits, such as:

  • favourable interest rates
  • higher loan to value ratios
  • flexible eligibility criteria

If you are a newly qualified teacher or a supply teacher, getting a mortgage can be more complicated. But by no means impossible. We can help by accessing lenders who are favourable to your circumstances.

We will do all the hard work for you. As a teaching professional, we know you’re busy, so we do all the research and take care of the paperwork for you.

If you need to speak to us outside of standard office hours, we can be flexible with our appointment times. We know the school day means that 9-5 may not work for you.

Speak to Your Mortgage Expert for Teacher Mortgage Advice today to see how we can help.

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First Time Buyer Mortgage

What Help is Available for Teachers to buy a home

If you are buying your first home and you’re struggling with affordability, there are schemes to help. We have experience with using these schemes and can help advise you as to whether you meet the criteria.

Here are some of the schemes you might want to consider:

  • First Homes Scheme

Available in England, this is a Government Scheme offers residential homes to first time buyers at a discounted price. Generally, priority for these is given to key workers.

  • New Build Homes

Buying a new build can be an affordable solution. Some lenders also offer discounts for key workers. On top of that, some developers offer new build incentives. These might include having your stamp duty or legal fees paid or other incentives to entice you to buy.

  • Shared Ownership Scheme

The Shared Ownership scheme in England is a Government backed option to help with affordability. It offers you the chance to buy a share of between 25% and 75% of your home’s value and then pay rent on the remaining share. For this reason, it is often referred to as ‘part-rent, part buy’.

We have experience with helping people buy houses using these schemes. We know the eligibility criteria for the various schemes and whether you are likely to be accepted.

Contact us to discuss this further.

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Why choose us?

Our friendly, experienced team is based in the heart of Salisbury, Wiltshire. If you are a local our office is in the city centre, opposite the Odeon.

We can help you no matter where you live in the UK. We can do the whole mortgage appointment and application process via telephone, email and video call. We have flexible appointments to fit around the school day and can speak in the evenings and at the weekends.

Our team has:

  • Over 80 years of experience in the mortgage and protection industry
  • Close relationships with high street and specialist lenders
  • We have over 100 five-star reviews on Google
  • Have helped hundreds of professional people access mortgages

How we work:

  •  Personalised, hard working service
  •  Search 1000s of deals from multiple lenders
  •  Detailed research to ensure you save money
  • Take care of the paperwork to minimise stress
  • By your side from application to completion
  • The experience to get a good result for you

Contact us today for Teacher Mortgage Advice and see how we can help you get a successful outcome.

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    Dan Allen - Mortgage Adviser

    Dan Allen has worked with mortgages for over 10 years. He takes time to understand different lender criteria. His wealth of knowledge means he will know which lenders will work for you situation.
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    Dan Harris - Mortgage Adviser

    Dan started working in the mortgage industry in 2004. Since then, he has helped lots of Professional People. Dan has great attention to detail and will do the hard work to ensure you get the best recommendation.
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