Before you read on, stop panicking, we can help! Despite the current situation, we are still 100% committed to providing fast and friendly mortgage advice in Hull and surrounding areas. Everything is remaining as normal.
We have decided to put out an article regarding the coronavirus and how it could affect your mortgage to inform you of the situation and not scare you. Here is what we are going to focus on:
Our Mortgage Advice in Hull service remains exactly the same, however, we’re hearing that more and more of our customers are wanting to transact over the phone. Our excellent service never changes.
Remember, we still offer a Free, no-obligation mortgage consultation. We are available 7 days a week. There is always someone there for you to speak with, so don’t ever feel like a situation is too complex, we would love to help, especially during these strange times.
Again, we are still operating within our usual opening hours. Business at your Mortgage Broker in Hull is as usual. Processing your application will take as long as it would’ve done prior to the coronavirus outbreak.
Due to the recent rate reduction, most lenders have decided to lower their standard variable rates. This could really help out First Time Buyers in Hull as the rates are the lowest they’ve been in a while meaning it’s easier to afford a mortgage now more than previously.
If the coronavirus is affecting your income you should contact your lender. It may be hard to meet your payments especially if you get coronavirus and you have to isolate yourself for a long period of time. Often your lender will be understanding and will agree on a mortgage payment holiday period to help. This will most likely affect the Self Employed in Hull and small businesses.
Due to the interest rates dropping and lenders showing no signs of them raising, now has never been a better time to get a mortgage. First Time Buyers in Hull, the Self Employed in Hull and Home Movers in Hull have never had an opportunity like this in a long time!
We are recommending that everyone sticks with their purchase only if they know they will be able to afford the payments. For example, if you are worried about losing your job, pulling out of the purchase might be your safest option. Remember, you are not committed to completing your purchase until the contracts are exchanged.
At the moment, nothing has changed. Speak with your Mortgage Broker in Hull and we will advise you on what to do once we have assessed your requirements.