Click n go Mortgage Broker

If it’s possible we can do it!

We are an experienced mortgage brokerage who understands what level of support is required for a first time buyer to a retired managing director.

Our success is getting to know the person and understanding what their long term objectives are and providing advice for the short and long term.

95% Mortgages

95% Mortgages under the government's NewBuy and Help to Buy scheme are now available. Only 5% Deposit Needed!

Shared Ownership Mortgages

Shared Ownership Mortgages for First Time Buyers. Own 25 - 50% of your Home. 100% Mortgages available!

Bad Credit Mortgages

Bad Credit Mortgages; arrears, IVA, CCJ's, loan defaults, bankruptcy we can help get your finances back on track.

First Time Buyers Mortgages

Mortgages for first time buyers with or without a deposit and a clean credit history.

100% Mortgages

100% mortgages are restricted to shared ownership.


Switch mortgage lenders today and you may save thousands. Get a remortgage quote from Click n go Mortgages.

Right to Buy Mortgages

Right to Buy or Council House Mortgage schemes allows council tenants to buy their home below market value. We can help!

Buy to Let Mortgages

Buy to Let Mortgages; Release cash from current property to build a buy to let portfolio.

Spotlight on Shared Ownership Mortgages

Click n go Mortgages can find the right Shared Ownership Mortgage for you. We will help you to compare the Shared Ownership Schemes available and make sure that the you can find the most affordable Shared Ownership Mortgage for you. We can also advise you on where you can find a Shared Ownership Property. Our service comes from years of experience, which guarantees that you will get the best possible advice.

Shared Ownership Mortgage Hints & Tips
Checkout our Mortgage Tool Kit, it has all the resources and information to help buy and locate your next property.

Shared Ownership Mortgages Basics
Shared Ownership Mortgages Guide
Shared Ownership Mortgages Types
Shared Ownership Mortgages Lease Entitlements
Shared Ownership Mortgages FAQs
Shared Equity Mortgages
Key Worker Mortgages
Shared Ownership HomeBuy Mortgages
Open Market HomeBuy Mortgages

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Help to Buy Mortgage Scheme

The government's recently launched Help to Buy scheme is a great way for first time buyers to get on the mortgage market. We can help you understand all the options available to you under the Help to Buy scheme and provide all the information you need to pursue your Help to Buy mortgage application
Read our Help to Buy guide before applying for your mortgage with Click N Go

Click N Go Mortgage News

Tue, 08 Apr 2014 13:10:56

Is there a north south divide?

Is there a north south divide? The BBC has reported that a quarter of all outstanding mortgages is owed on London properties. Those mortgages are more affordable to people who taken them out. This means that they are less vulnerable to interest rate rises. Invariably these mortgages will not be bad credit mortgages that carry [...]

Thu, 06 Mar 2014 08:51:48

Understanding bad credit mortgages.

If you have had some form of bad credit in the last 6 years you will know by now how hard it is to get a mortgage. Lets be honest it might have been I minor incident showing on your credit file. It could be something as small as a late payment to your mobile [...]

Thu, 30 Jan 2014 09:13:06

Exclusive intermediary mortgage

Exclusive intermediary mortgage deals are not easy to find. At Click n go Mortgages we can put you in touch with brokers who have access to some of the best mortgage deals in the market. You don’t always see these in the best buy tables in the papers or on search engines to speak to [...]

Tue, 14 Jan 2014 09:11:57

Deposits, what can you use?

Everyone alsways asks how can i buy a house when i dont have a deposit I have a gifted deposit which lenders will accept me. Certain lenders have strict underwriting criteria that will not allow a gift to be used as a deposit. First of all we always ask who the gift is coming from. [...]

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 13:39:09

How to increase your credit score in 5 easy ways.

As most mortgage lenders now make decisions based on your credit score it is critical that they have access to accurate credit history data.  Mortgage underwriting decisions are now days rarely made by an individual the initial stage is carried out by a computer therefore it is crucial to ensure your data is correct and [...]

Wed, 03 Jul 2013 10:50:52

Who will let me extend my mortgage past retirement age?

Many lenders now are calculating how much you can borrow based on an affordability calculation of which takes into account your income and expenditure credit score and how much of your available credit you are using rather than using the traditional method which was a multiple of your annual income.   Lenders underwriters will asses your [...]

Wed, 26 Jun 2013 13:18:09

Are you a mortgage prisoner?

The challenging economy has created a segment of home owners who are feeling the impact over the last 5 years downturn in the mortgage market. Many mortgage holders have unfortunately picked up credit problems over in the last few years due to pressure on there monthly income or change in personal circumstances. This can happened [...]

Thu, 20 Jun 2013 13:06:24

I have a CCJ (County court judgement) does this affect the mortgage deal I can get?

As with all bad credit mortgages’ underwriting it depends on when the judgement was registered, when it was satisfied and how much it was for. Bad credit mortgage lenders prefer that your county court judgment registered more than 3 years ago, preferably 6 years ago. It will also help that the sooner you have satisfied [...]

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