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Mortgages

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Protection

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We Will Find A Mortgage Suitable For You

Welcome to Michael Jones Mortgages

Looking for professional mortgage advice, then you've come to the right place!

We are in a position to guide you through the mortgage maze and aim to find you the mortgage deal that best suits your needs.

  • We offer professional mortgage advice
  • We offer a comprehensive range of mortgages from across the market
  • The advice we provide is impartial and we are not tied to any lender
  • We offer advice on insurance products from a range of providers
  • We offer a confidential service

For details of our Fees, see below

If you are looking to protect your monthly mortgage payments, or want to insure the contents of your home or arrange life cover, we can offer advice on products from a range of providers.

If you want to find out more about how we may be able to help you, call us or fill in one of our enquiry forms.

You can choose how we are paid for mortgages; pay a fee, usually 0.5% of the loan amount or we can accept commission from the lender. In addition to this we will charge a £395.00 administration fee once a mortgage offer has been secured.

Personal Finance

British inflation rose last month by less than the Bank of England and investors had expected, but still hit its highest level this year, pushed up by a rise in energy bills.
The British public's expectations for inflation over the coming year edged lower in May but remained unchanged for the next 5-10 years, a monthly survey showed on Wednesday.
Britain's expensive housing market has so far weathered the uncertainty swirling around the country's planned departure from the European Union, but average prices are unlikely to rise sharply and will fall in London this year, a Reuters poll found.
Scams in Britain involving currencies and crypto assets like bitcoin totalled £27 million in the last financial year, with average losses of 14,600 pounds per victim, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said on Tuesday.
British households turned more downbeat about their finances in May, according to a survey that hinted at weakness in the consumer economy which has been one of the bright spots for Britain during the Brexit ructions.