If you are buying your first home, moving to another property or remortgaging onto a new deal, you will require a residential mortgage. With so many residential mortgages and a variety of rates and fees, it can be difficult to select the right product for your circumstances, which is where an independent mortgage broker such as Custodia Estate Planning comes in. We have access to a wide range of mortgage options with some great rates, as well as a number of exclusive deals, so should be able to find the right residential mortgage for you whether you are a first-time buyer, remortgaging or self-employed.


Once you have a mortgage, you can't sit back and forget about it. It is important to review for a new mortgage once your fixed or tracker rate comes to an end in order to avoid moving onto the lender's standard variable rate and possibly paying more than you need to. With so many remortgage products on offer, a mortgage broker such as Custodia Estate Planning can make the process easier by searching the market and comparing products to find the right one for you. We have access to a wide range of remortgage options, as well as a number of exclusives, so you can be confident that you won't pay more than you have to.

Mortgages for First-Time Buyers

Mortgages for Self-Employed

High Value Mortgages

Mortgages for Moving home

Mortgages for Buy to Let

Mortgages for Let to Buy

Mortgages for New Homes

Mortgages for Foreign Nationals

Mortgages for Contractors

Mortgages for Limited Company Buy to Lets

Mortgages for New Homes

Whether you own one property or many, Custodia Estate Planning offer bespoke mortgage advice for residential properties to help you to find the best solution for your borrowing requirements.

The choice of interest rate and product terms will depend on your circumstances and the amount of the mortgage. Before you make a mortgage application, we will carry out a full review to establish your needs and preferences and if you meet the criteria, we will give advice and make a recommendation to you. There may be a fee for mortgage advice. All mortgages are subject to status. Please note that all products show an indicative rate only and may not be suitable for you. You must be 18 or over.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with mortgage payments.

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