Money Saving Mortgage Advice

There are over 12,000 mortgages products available – let us help you find the one that’s most suitable for your circumstances

What do our customers say? Excellent
5 out of 5 based on customer reviews

We have access to mortgages from over 90 lenders including

  • Nawest Logo
  • Santander Logo
  • Nation Wide Logo
  • TMW Bank Logo
  • Accord Logo
  • Fleet Logo
  • Prices Logo
  • Together Logo

What can we do for you?

How does it work?

  • hit-qa
    1. Complete the Q&A

    Fill out the details about yourself to get started.
    (approximate time 1 min)

  • hti-telephone
    2. We'll give you a call

    Have a chat with a member of our team.

About Pro Mortgages

Our story

Pro Mortgage Advisers have the core value that our customers are at the heart of everything we do. We have years of experience in financial services and have forged strong relationships with clients and lenders.

We have access to over 90 lenders, and thousands of products and deals, including many that are not available on the high street. We are also independent from any bank or lender, so the loyalty is to our customers.

We advise on all areas of financial services, so you won’t need to shop around, everything is under one roof.

  • We believe in power of TEAM
  • Together
  • Everyone
  • Achieves
  • More

Remortgaging Guides


First Time Buyer Guide


How to Do Up Your House Ready to Sell Guide


Remortgaging Guide


A product transfer is when you move from your existing mortgage deal to a new one with your current lender. It is not always the best option, but it could be a suitable solution depending on your needs.

Speak to one of our team today to see if we could help you find a new deal with your current lender.


An early repayment charge (ERC) is a penalty your provider may charge if you overpay on your mortgage by more than they allow, or pay off the whole loan too early.

Sometimes securing a new deal with your current lender may mean they’re willing to forgo the ERC on your current mortgage, but not always.

It’s worth speaking to an adviser to discuss your options because ERCS don’t always mean there’s’ nothing more you can do until the end of your current agreement.

Give us a call or an email for a friendly chat with a member of our team today. [insert tel/email]


A standard variable rate – or SVR – is a variable rate mortgage that you’ll usually be moved on to once your existing fixed rate, tracker or discount mortgage ends – unless you choose to switch to a new deal. All mortgage providers have an SVR.

Most SVRs are not particularly competitive and if you choose to stay on this variable rate, you could find you’ll be paying more for your mortgage each month than if you were to shop around and look for a better deal.

We may be able to help you secure a new deal on your mortgage, so get in touch today.


A tracker mortgage is a type of variable rate mortgage which “tracks” a base rate – usually the Bank of England’s base rate. If you get a tracker mortgage, your mortgage repayments (including the interest you pay on your mortgage) could change every month.

What’s the difference between a tracker mortgage and a variable mortgage?

If you have a variable mortgage, a mortgage lender can set their own variable rate. However, a tracker mortgage normally follows the Bank of England’s base rate – which they don’t control.

We research the whole market when helping ascertain the most suitable deal for you.

Get in touch for a conversation today


A fixed-rate mortgage is a mortgage where your interest rate is guaranteed to stay the same for a set period of time.

This can offer peace of mind because, unlike a variable-rate mortgage (such as a discount or tracker), you’ll know exactly how much you need to repay each month during this period.

To help source you a new deal on your mortgage, get in touch with a member of our friendly team today.