As a committed Mortgage Broker in Essex with 20+ years’ knowledge, we can provide open and honest mortgage advice to these surrounding areas. We offer you nothing but open and honest Mortgage advice in Essex, and we aim to find you the best mortgage tailored to your circumstances.
Here are the following areas that we offer our mortgage advice service in, check out our handy ‘Areas Covered’ button:
If you are looking to settle down in Basildon, then you are in luck! Residents benefit from a combination of affordable properties, superb and transport links to the capital.
Most of Basildon is rural with several coastal cities also easily reached by road or rail. Not to mention, you are only 26 miles away from central London.
New families with young children living in Basildon will find that the town has an excellent choice of primary, secondary schools and even day nurseries to choose from; all are very well accounted for.
With a wide variety of housing choices with reasonable prices, this location could be perfect. Find out more and speak to an experienced Mortgage Advisor in Basildon today.
Braintree offers a wide range of choices for it's residents. No matter your hobbies or interests, this area will have something for you.
From restaurants to pubs there are plenty of eating and drinking establishments within the town. The Fowlers Farm and The Bull offer an incredible nightlife experience in the heart of Braintree.
The area also features a Freeport designer shopping centre on the outskirts of the town. There is always plenty to do in Braintree!
If you’re thinking of moving to the area, get in touch and speak to one of our mortgage advisors in Braintree today.
Brentwood is a large residential town located in south west Essex. The town is well known for it's immaculate countryside views and woodlands trials dotted around its outskirts. For example, in Thorndon Park you'll find the famous Gruffalo Trail and to the west of the town you'll find the Old MacDonald's Farm - these places are great for children!
If you don't have children, there are still many outdoor activities to enjoy. You'll find bike trails over rolling hills, walk through leafy forests and many more.
At the heart of Brentwood, there are lots of things to do. You'll find restaurants, high street shops, markets, pubs, etc. Everything you need is all within walking distance of one another.
In terms of housing in Brentwood, you'll have a large variety to choose from. Some properties will be expensive and some will be more affordable, it depends on which area in Brentwood you live. If you want to find out more about living in Brentwood or are thinking about making an offer on a property there, feel free to get in touch so that we can help you through the mortgage process. Moving home can be stressful, let us take some stress off your back and handle the mortgage side of your moving home journey.
If you're thinking of moving home in Essex to a coastal area, Clacton-on-Sea could be the perfect place for you. With exceptional views and plenty to do, this coastal town has become a great location for home movers in Essex.
With a seaside town, you'll always get a lively seafront. The front has a pier, a long promenade overlooking the beach, golf courses, arcades and it even hosts festivals every summer - it's a great place for families!
Clacton-on-Sea surrounds itself with large residential areas. Housing prices are fair, and they come in all shapes and sizes. From apartments to terraced housing to detached properties, there is a wide variety of housing choices available in Clacton-on-Sea.
If you are looking for support during your moving home journey in Clacton, our advisors are here to help 7 days a week. Get in touch for your free consultation.
Chelmsford is the largest and most popular place to live in Essex. In fact, it's considered as one of the nicest and safest places to live in the UK. The city is located in the centre of Essex, providing great transport links to and from different areas in Essex and around the UK. It's only a 30-40 minute train journey to London!
Due to a redevelopment within the last 10 years, the city's local economy has flourished. Both independent business and high street shops situate in and around the city centre. There's even shopping centres and outlets dotted around the city. On top of all of this, Chelmsford never loses it's British heritage. For example, it's home to the famous Chelmsford Cathedral and Hylands House; both stunning historical sites your should definitely visit if you haven't already.
In some areas of Chelmsford, commonly in the centre or outskirts, housing can be expensive. Chelmsford is known for having large houses and in some parts mansions. If you can afford living in Chelmsford in Essex, it will be an amazing place to live.
If you're taking up property viewings or thinking about doing so in Chelmsford, you should get in touch with our advisors and we can sort the mortgage side of things; taking this stress off your back.
Colchester is the second largest city in Essex, following Chelmsford. It is located in the north east region of Essex, just south of Ipswich.
Like Chelmsford, Colchester is a historic town that's grown in popularity over the last decade. Not just for home owners, but for tourists in Essex too. There are lots of different things to do outdoors in Colchester, they have plenty of parks and gardens, a zoo, beaches by the Mersea. In terms of indoor activities, there are shopping centres, leisure centres, theatre complexes and lots of museums to visit (including Colchester Castle).
Colchester is a lively, cheerful place to live with lots of things to do there. Housing prices are average and affordable, so if you're a first time buyer in Essex, this location could be perfect for you.
Get in touch with our mortgage advice team today for a free consultation.
The town Harlow is located in south west Essex. Although it's a small town when compared with the likes of Colchester and Chelmsford, there are still plenty of things to do.
Over one third of Harlow is covered in greenary, this include parklands, fields and nature reserves. This makes a great location for someone who loves the outdoors and exploring. Like other smaller towns in Essex, Harlow provides a very local and friendly atmosphere.
Besides the countryside, at the heart of the city, you'll find lots of shops, eateries, activities and historical buildings.
In term of housing and it's affordability, you'll find that in Harlow, prices are reasonable. If you're a first time buyer or looking to move home, this location could be great for you.
If you head east from Colchester, you'll find yourself in a small town called Harwich. It corners the river stour and sits on the edge of the eastern coastline next to the North Sea.
Harwich is filled with not only seaside town attractions, but also historical sites and buildings to see. Examples would be the Harwich Redoubt Fort and the Landgaurd Fort. Harwich is full of surprises and many things to do. Along the shore lies a stunning beach which is perfect for when you get a sunny day (when it occasionaly happens).
This town is an ideal location for anyone, even for families and couples. Harwich could be the place to live if you want to live on the coastline in Essex.