Mortgage Brokers arrange mortgages with CCJs, county court judgements. Competitive quotes, low interest rates for mortgage applicants with CCJs
The mortgage brokers we work with are specialists in helping people with an adverse history and CCJs lodged against them. Even
if you have been turned down by other high street mortgage companies, these specialist Mortgage Brokers may still be able to help.
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If CCJs (county court judgememts) are preventing you obtaining a mortgage, then we know mortgage brokers who can probably help.
Sometimes, CCJs are normally out side of the control of most mortgage applicants and may have been caused by redundancy, illness and or other
personal circumstances. Our mortgage service was created especially to help those people who are unable to get a
mortgage or remortgage from a traditional high street mortgage company, due to previous mortgage problems, mortgage arrears, defaults, or County Court judgements.
If you have a poor credit history, CCJs or have been turned down by a high street bank or building society
because of poor or bad credit, we can help you find a mortgage by putting you in contact with a specialist adverse credit mortgage broker.
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