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London Mortgage Brokers Capital Fortune

London Mortgage Brokers Capital Fortune are award winning comprehensive panel mortgage brokers based in the City of London. We offer finance on UK residential and Buy To Let mortgages and a suite of bespoke insurance products, both for individuals, families and companies. As a mortgage broker, we are not tied to any one lender such as a High Street bank and are able to search suitable and affordable funding, nationally available.

Typically, we best assist clients with non-standard requirements and those we successfully help, generally face difficulty in the mortgage market, requiring expert guidance from a nationally recognised, mortgage broker team. As expected, we offer all the 'standard' mainstream products most mortgage advisers offer, but more importantly, we place cases of a complex and specialist nature such as those with difficult income streams, unusual properties, foreign nationals, UK ex pats, British forces overseas, foreign diplomats, contractors, the self employed and more mature clients seeking pensioner mortgages.

Clients we successfully work with, regularly tell us they appreciate us not only finding them the right financial deal, but actually securing the right product. The promise of a mortgage to us is not the same as actually delivering a formal mortgage offer in the exact same terms.  In a nutshell, that’s where we differ at Capital Fortune. Our promise is our guarantee and many of our client testimonials confirm our ability to help.

We have an established reputation for under-promising and over-delivering and your Capital Fortune mortgage brokers will be regularly on hand, not just through the process, but afterwards, sometimes, when you may need your mortgage broker most.

We have long term relationships with nearly all the major UK lenders and have built strong trusted connections with underwriters at both a local and national level. Many of the individual underwriters, prove the key to the success of each case and whilst advertised lending criteria is made available, the discretion of an underwriter is more often paramount. Our national mortgage search, using advanced tools, unlike any used by comparision sites, will include the High Street, but also considers an array of local, regional lending providers and a number of private banks both here in the UK and offshore.

We seek to ensure the best possible results for those who choose to use us.

We appreciate we are not right for everyone and clients we successfully work with appreciate not everyone is right for us to help. There are a range of other mortgage brokers in the UK but we hope that on searching through our mortgage website, viewing our transparency, which provides a number of potential products and rates, that you will obtain a clear sense of how we operate and how we will look to  assist you obtain the most affordable and suitable deal.

Our mortgages are here for all to see and if general information is all you need, we wish you well. However, if you need the assistance of our broker team, you know we are here to help.

We hope you enjoy the website.

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Expats, Mortgages and Foreign Currency 07 October 2015

We note Skipton Building Society has become the latest lender to stop lending in foreign currencies.

The bank’s policy applies from October 1 and follows moves by Nationwide and Lloyds Banking Group and could prove devastating for expats earning their wages in foreign currencies.


Lenders free up lending to focus on safer interest-only loans 02 October 2015

We note the trend of lenders reducing the number of interest-only mortgage loans they have on their books.

In 2012 lenders had 2.5 million mortgages that were interest-only but that figure dropped by 25 per cent by the end of 2014 to under 2 million.


The return of bonus income mortgages? 30 September 2015

We are pleased to see the return of flexibility to mortgages after years of rigid processes after the financial crash.

Since April last year, lenders have been dealing with the fallout from the biggest piece of mortgage regulation ever introduced in this country.


Could interest rates be cut even further? 25 September 2015

We note with interest that the Bank of England openly considering whether it should cut interest rates even further than 0.5%.

For years the speculation has been one way on when the Bank will eventually return rates to “normal” levels and increase from the rock bottom.