I remember growing up and looking forward to being an adult, having all the time in world to do the things I wanted to, being able to have my own things and have responsibilities. Most definitely though that one thing that makes you feel like a grown up is when you have your own home, but obviously with that comes the daunting task of sorting out a mortgage.
Gone are the days of walking into the same bank you have banked with most of your life and sorting it out, these days almost everything is done online and it is good to know there are specialist companies out there that are with you every step of the way and simplify the process so it is not as daunting as you imagine.
Habito is an online mortgage advisor that can help you through every step of the process and the best part about it is that it is totally FREE! In two simple steps you can apply for your mortgage paper free too – plus there are no credit checks!
Step 1: Simple click boxes of your status. Is it a new or remortgage, first time mover, homemover or buy to let? How much do you earn? Savings etc? All of the usual questions you are asked when applying for credit online.
Step 2: If you are ready to go ahead all you need to do is agree to the terms and conditions of Habito and they will process your mortgage application. It really is that simple.
Habito then will come back to you straight away with how much you are eligible, over what terms and how much repayments will be. Having had a chance in circumstance at home I now need to sort out my own mortgage. After hearing about the simplicity of Habito I completed the application in seconds and had all of the details through within 5 minutes! I was very impressed with the speed of which details came back and will definitely be using this service.
No invasive phone calls!
No hoops to jump through!
Simple, all done online, quick, simple and at the click of a few buttons you can have everything sorted for you and best of all this service is totally FREE!
I would recommend Habito to anyone looking for a mortgage or remortgage, you really do have nothing to lose!
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