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We Love Seeing
First Time Buyers Realise Their Dreams.

Will You be the Next?

YOU'RE JUST 3 STEPS AWAY TO OWNING YOUR OWN HOME

1.
DECIDE YOU WANT TO BUY YOUR 1st HOME

Okay, so you may have some understanding of mortgages but not quite sure about the nitty-gritty stuff? We've got you covered but if you would like more info download our guide.

Good News! First-time buyers have extra buying power with the 5% deposit Government Scheme.

2.
FIND OUT HOW MUCH CAN YOU BORROW?

We could provide you with a fancy calculator for a rough estimate based on offers from only a few select lenders...
 

...but we compare 1000s of mortgage deals to find you the best rates based on your unique situation.

 

3.
GET YOUR AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE

With your agreement in principle, in hand, you can start searching for your new home. 

Once you find the perfect one, you can apply for your mortgage straight away - to secure your offer for the house.

START YOUR JOURNEY TO HOME OWNERSHIP

Give us a ring, email or fill out the contact form and Rockstar Mortgages will guide you through your journey to becoming a proud homeowner.

Phone: +44 7540 323 287
 

Email: info@rockstarmortgages.co.uk

 

CONTACT US

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WHY CHOOSE ROCKSTAR MORTGAGES

We work with a large, comprehensive group of lenders including high street names (not just a handful of chosen lenders) to find you today's best rates.

Rockstar Mortgages understands your Rockstar life is a hectic one and we will work around your schedule.

We handle your application with care to make sure you get V.I.P. treatment because you are just as important as any other Rockstar.

AN ADVISER YOU CAN TRUST

OUR PROMISE: NO HIDDEN FEES

There are no hidden fees. We
provide full transparency to guide you through the mortgage process.

 

GET ADVICE

FREE OF CHARGE

We provide expert advice at
no extra charge up to
mortgage offer stage.

WE MAKE YOU
OUR V.I.P.

Everyone's a Rockstar in our book. Our clients are the V.I.Ps. who take centre stage.

FAQs

Q: Do I need a mortgage Agreement in Principle before I start looking for houses?
A: No. However, you should at the least have a Decision In Principle. Having decided on how much you are willing to give for the deposit and how much you can afford for the mortgage payments will give you a ballpark figure on what price range of houses to look for.

Q: What are the advantages of having a Decision In Principle?

A: Besides it providing you with price ranges that will suit you, it positions you as a definite buyer candidate to the seller – showing you aren't just a time-waster.

Q: Why does a Decision In Principle give you more buying power?

A: Having the in hand will alert the Estate Agent that you've done your homework and won't be bothered with the agent's sales pitch to secure the mortgage through them. As Estate Agents only work with a small panel of lenders, they don't always have the best rates. A mortgage advisor that has access to the whole market of lenders could get you better rates – saving you money.

 
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FIRST TIME BUYER & V.I.P.
TESTIMONIAL

"Jason is amazing!!!, me, my wife and our 2 children have just received a mortgage offer something that I never thought was possible in my wildest dreams in normal times let alone through this current covid-19 pandemic. He's extremely professional, very responsive and always in contact even when he was on his holiday. We were treated like VIP's throughout the process which was pretty speedy if I'm honest this was all due to his knowledge and hard work. We seriously can't speak highly enough our dreams have well and truly come true, Jason Bell is an absolute rockstar we thank you"

Chris, New Home Owner

WE MAKE YOU THE V.I.P.

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Rockstar Mortgages is a trading style of Shawshank Financial Services (FCA839962) and is an appointed representative of The Openwork Partnership, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduction Authority. Proprietor: Jason Bell – 3 Brampton Court, Peterborough PE2 8QN  | Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.