MORTGAGE TYPES | First Time Buyer


Being a First Time Buyer can be very daunting taking that first step from your family home or rental property can seem a real leap of faith.

Green Door Mortgages can help you work out all the costs of the move and plan your budget to ensure that mortgage, insurance and ongoing costs are affordable both now and, in the future, and still give you enough left over to enjoy your life. | Professional Landlord


If you are interested investing in bricks and mortar for the first time or an experienced landlord. Utilising the services of an expert mortgage broker may save you time and money. Making sure you access the best possible products from our Highstreet and Specialist lending panel. Working with your team of professionals; estate agents, accountant, solicitors and lenders to ensure an efficient transaction right through to Completion.


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

Not all Buy to Let Mortgages are regulated by The Financial Conduct Authority | Home Mover


Whether your moving up the housing ladder or an empty nester – Green Door Mortgages can help you access the Whole of Market for Mortgages offering professional advice making sure you access the best possible deals whilst taking care of you, your family and home through our innovative and market leading protection and insurance products. Looking after you every step of the way. | Remort


Refinancing your property to find a better rate can save you £thousands over the term of your mortgage so why wouldn’t you?


Capital Raising for debt consolidation and home improvements are still widely accepted by mortgage lenders which can help you reduce your outgoings.


Whilst Improving Not Moving can help you build your dream family home whist adding value to your asset without having to pay expensive purchase fees for moving.


Careful attention needs to be paid when consolidating debts adding short-term loans to your mortgage means you will repay them over a longer term. This is because unsecured loans are generally paid back over a shorter term than mortgage loans. So, while the interest rate on your mortgage may be lower than you currently pay on your loans, by adding them to your mortgage you’re likely to pay more overall.


Therefore, it may not be appropriate to consolidate small or short-term debts.

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home.

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