We have been creating Mortgages & Remortgages Since 1983.

 We have produced over £1 Billion in mortgage lending. Over the years we have come
across most situations regarding mortgage lending so no need to worry we will
know quickly which lender will be of value to you and your circumstances.

This is where experience and relationships with lenders count.

Buying a home or a buy to let is one of the most important financial decisions you’ll ever make that’s why at K G Byrne & Associates Ltd we offer a comprehensive range of mortgage products and repayment options to suit
your individual circumstances, enabling you to make the right choices.

See below for more info on specific mortgages.



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Common Questions

If you’re already a homeowner but intend to move to a new home, you can often take your existing mortgage with you. This is called ‘porting’ your mortgage, and can be more cost-effective than taking out a new mortgage. When you come to buy your next home, you can of course take out a whole new mortgage.

Most banks and building societies offer mortgages for people over the age of 50, including Nationwide, Lloyds, Halifax and NatWest. If you’re in your early 50s and still in full-time employment, you’re likely to have a good choice of deals – whether you’re a first-time buyer or remortgaging your home.
A mortgage is a type of loan that’s secured against your property. A loan is a financial agreement between two parties. A lender or creditor loans money to the borrower and the borrower agrees to repay this amount, plus interest, in a series of monthly instalments over a set term.

We recommend getting in contact with us and we can go over this in detail with you, we charge no fee until completion of the mortgage. Or you can look about various mortgage caluclators and get a rough idea like this one .

You’ll need to save up to 5-10% (more lenders prefer 10%) of the house value amount for a deposit (£200k house = £20k deposit), and borrow the rest of the money (the mortgage) from a lender such as a bank or building society. The loan is ‘secured’ against the value of your home until it’s paid off.
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