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H&D Mortgages

Arington recommend H&D Mortgages for mortgage advice:

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H&D Mortgages is a family run business based in the heart of Sussex, offering advice and assistance throughout the mortgage process - and beyond.

Choosing the right mortgage is such an important decision, making the right advice essential. With over twenty years experience in the financial sector, Dan Mills of H&D Mortgages has the expertise to provide this advice and help you make the best decision for you and your family. From first time buyers to professional landlords, we can tailor the right package to suit your specific needs and guide you through the entire journey quickly and efficiently, making the whole process less stressful.

We are ‘whole of market’ mortgage brokers and completely independent, so we will always recommend the best mortgage for you, priding ourselves on our honesty and integrity.

H&D mortgages is committed to providing continued support on a personal level that is easy to understand. After all.... we're here for you

H&D mortgages offer a wide range of in depth services and can facilitate the following:

  • Mortgages & Remortgages
  • First Time Buyers
  • Home Movers
  • Buy to Let Mortgages*
  • Limited Company BTL Mortgages*
  • Overseas Mortgages
  • Secured Loans
  • Bridging Loans
  • Development Finance
  • Commercial Mortgages*
  • Life Cover
  • Critical Illness Cover
  • Relevant Life Policies
  • Key Person Protection
  • Income Protection
  • Accident, Sickness & Redundancy
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • Buildings & Contents Insurance

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H&D Mortgages is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The FCA does not regulate some forms of Buy To Let mortgages. Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Financial Advice FAQs

Question: What does a mortgage in principle mean?

Answer: Think of it as a kind of ‘mini application’ prior to the main application; the mortgage company will assess your income and credit file and confirm that, in principle, they are happy to give you a mortgage.

Question: Is it true you need at least a 15% or 20% deposit to be able to buy a home to live in?

Answer: Not at all, many lenders accept 5% deposits.

Question: What is conveyancing?

Answer: The legal work undertaken by the solicitor working on your behalf.

Question: What is stamp duty?

Answer: Land tax payable on certain property transactions – Your solicitor can guide you on this. See our stamp duty calculator.

Question: What mortgage is right for me?

Answer: That’s where independent advice is vital; talk to me and I will recommend the best mortgage for you. Contact our financial advisor.