Mortgage Advisers Covering Dorset
Whether you are a first time buyer looking to become a property owner or you are looking to step up the property ladder or remortgage we can help. Our aim is to help people achieve their best mortgage rates. In today’s chaotic world, isn’t it great to have all of your financial services in one place and with a company who is on your side?
Looking to move to the Jurassic Coast? Our mortgage advisers cover Dorset in the south east of England as well as Wales and Scotland.
Can I get a mortgage in Dorset?
We offer free advice with a fee free support service that helps you with getting the best mortgage deal.
Dorset is famous for natural landmarks such as the ancient stone arch Durdle Door. The county is a popular place to live especially the coastal towns with English channal views.
Interested? Speak to our FCA approved broker who hosts a team of CeMAP qualified independent mortgage advisers and protection advisers. We offer advice into the finance market and a range of mortgages, insurance, and property services in Dorset. Our broker and FREE mortgage service cover the whole of the UK.
How to get a mortgage in Dorset
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We’re smart, we’re hard-working, we’re easy to talk to and we love a challenge. Being mortgage brokers that really care, we make sure our independent mortgage and advisers are CeMAP qualified. This means our team can research the whole of the market and find mortgages that best suits you and your situation.
Living in Dorset
Below we look at the best places to live in Dorset and why people love this coastal English county.
Dorset is worth moving to for many reasons. For starters, this is a county well-known for its areas of outstanding beauty, including the 18-mile long Chesil Beach, the golden sands of Studland Bay, and the glorious Purbeck Hills which is home to Corfe Castle, once a Saxon stronghold and now just crumbling ruins (it’s still magical though).
Visitors flock to these locations every year but for those who live in the area, they offer wonderful opportunities for exercise, meditation, and days out with friends and family. If you’re thinking about moving to Dorset, you should definitely explore these wonderful areas. But where should you live? There are many great places to choose from, not least Weymouth, which is a seaside town that is popular to many. It’s also considered one of the best places to retire to, so perfect if you want to grow old gracefully by the sea.
Just a short distance away is Dorchester, the county town of Dorset that has many great attractions, including theme parks, the Sea Life Centre, and a dinosaur museum. Parents also favour this town because of the well-reviewed schools, many of which have been labelled ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.
Poole is another place to move to, especially for young professionals, due to the excellent transport links to the rest of Dorset, and the fantastic nightlife. Then there’s Bournemouth, Lyme Regis, and Southbourne, areas with incredible local beauty and property types that suit both individuals and families.
Dorset has an average house price of £385,882. The Poole suburb of Broadstone is one of the more expensive places to move to, with houses averaging around £437,359. Portland and Weymouth are two of the cheapest places to live, with prices around £209,872 in Portland and £267,518 in Weymouth.
If you’re looking for a property in Dorset, get in touch with us today and we will discuss your mortgage options with you.