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  • Coast to Coast Financial Services Limited
    42 Cheyne Walk
    Hornsea, East Yorkshire
    HU18 1BX
    Tel: 07836 620 305
    Fax: 01964 537 497
    Whether you’re buying your first home, remortgaging, or purchasing an investment property, there are lots of processes to go through, issues to tackle and important decisions to make.

    We will explain the types of mortgages available, the additional things you may need to consider, and how your Coast to Coast Adviser can help you choose the solution that’s right for you. Choosing the right mortgage is probably the biggest decision you'll have to make when buying your new home.

    We can help make the whole process much simpler. With literally hundreds of mortgage deals available, its easy to get confused about which one is right for you, even if you've been through it before. Is a fixed rate the right route? What about cashback or discounted mortgages? And which lenders offer suitable rates?

    We will help and guide you through the complex process to find the right mortgage for you from the countless daily changing offers available from Banks and Building Societies. Our objective is to get you a suitable rate with the lowest cost involved meeting the criteria for the mortgage that suits your needs and requirements. Once we’ve achieved that we will endeavour to always keep you in a financially advantageous position over the entire term of your mortgage by reviewing your mortgage just before any favourable rate comes to an end and seek to get you a new one.

    Before selecting the right mortgage for you, your adviser will talk you through the various options.

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

    Some buy to let mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority