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The Mortgage Store is a firm of professional Advisers who specialize in all types of secured borrowing.

We have access to the whole of the market and with that comes the choice of the ‘best’ schemes available for purchase, re-mortgage and ‘buy to let’ whatever your personal circumstances.

The Mortgage Store was established in 2001 and since inception has prided itself on service. We feel the level of service which we provide to our clients is second to none, hence we know our clients will enjoy a long-term relationship with the company and come back to us time after time.

Our Advisors are all fully qualified and come from a range of backgrounds including Accountancy, International Banking and Full Financial Planning. With these skills comes a belief in quality service and the importance of understanding a clients needs. Collectively The Mortgage Store has over 50 years experience within the secured borrowing market.

The Mortgage Store also offers a wide choice of mortgage protection schemes from a number of the UK’s leading Insurance companies.
Part of the service will include a personal recommendation on how to protect your mortgage against some of the less pleasant eventualities that we could all face in our lives.

The Mortgage Store (TMS) Ltd is a registered company in England and Wales, No:4724865. Registered Office: 23a St Peters Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3DP

  • The Mortgage Store (TMS Ltd.) is a firm of professional Advisers who specialize in all types of Mortgages and Related Insurance Services.

    For Free Advice on Mortgages and related Insurance Services or Use our CONTACT Page to send us a message

  • FEES:
    We are normally only paid by way of commission from the lender, Alternatively you can choose our Fee Only option where you pay us a fee instead and we rebate our lender commission to you. Depending on your circumstances there might be an additional fee charged for mortgage advice, and if so it will not exceed 1% of the mortgage amount.
    Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.