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If you are planning to invest in a property to rent out, then you will need a buy-to-let mortgage. We can offer comprehensive advice on the most suitable deals currently in the market and recommend the most suitable product for your unique needs, as a sea farer.
If you are planning to purchase your first home, moving house, remortgaging your existing home or even buying an additional home then you will need a residential mortgage. We offer a whole of market review service to tailor a solution to match your precise requirements, as a sea farer.
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Mortgages For Yacht Crew was launched in response to a gap in the market providing mortgage advice on suitable mortgage products to Seafarers. As specialists working in the Marine Industry we understand that yacht crew have unique financial positions due to high earnings which are often variable due to fluctuations in exchange rates, therefore making a mortgage difficult to obtain. We work closely with lenders that understand seafarers and have an appetite for lending to them.
It is our role as your adviser to make obtaining a mortgage as effortless as possible, providing you with expert advice and support throughout the whole process.
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