Mortgages made easy by Mortigo
While the payoffs of homeownership are many, the process of securing a mortgage has never been what you would call “fun”. Most of the time it’s a tedious, time-consuming slog that requires lots of face-time with guys in slim-fitting charcoal suits who wouldn’t be caught dead wearing brown shoes in town (unless, of course, it’s Friday). We get it.
We’re not the traditional mortgage broker in Croydon. With them, it’s “Our way or the highway”. With us, it’s more “Whatever works”. We take a fresh approach to securing a mortgage that incorporates the best of today’s tech with just a smattering of those face to face encounters. Or, if you want, you can forget about the sit-downs altogether and choose our self-service option. Whatever works!
Greater London is enormous and contains a diverse range of communities, any one of which is bound to attract people in search of what that community has to offer. So why do so many people choose to buy homes in Croydon? We’ll tell you why…
Located just 20 minutes due south on the A23 from central London, Croydon is close enough for a reasonable commute, yet far enough to leave most of the overbearing aspects of the capital behind. Need to catch an international flight? In about 20 minutes you’re at Gatwick Airport. In addition, there are no fewer than a dozen outstanding golf courses within a few minutes’ drive of Croydon centre. And if you’re a fan of tennis, well, Wimbledon is only a hop, a skip and a jump west on the A236.
If you’re the type who likes to leave their car in the garage during the week, you’re in luck in Croydon. Central London is by most measures a 25-minute commute on the Southern Line. Catch the train in East Croydon and be at London Bridge in under 20 minutes. There is also the reliable and comfortable Tramlink that operates throughout the Croydon area with links to Beckenham, New Addington, Wimbledon and other locales. And finally, Croydon is served by no fewer than 33 bus lines.
If you have school-age children you will also find Croydon something of a goldmine as far as educational opportunities go. Local schools include the Goldfinch Primary School, Aerodrome Primary Academy, Bishop Thomas Grant School, the highly-rated Wilson’s School, Grant School, John Whitgift School, Broomwood Hall Lower School and many, many more.
Things to do
If you want to live in a quiet neighbourhood of tree-lined lanes, you’ll find plenty in Croydon. On the other hand, if you like nightlife and dining out Croydon will also deliver. The culinary arts are well-represented here with Indian, Italian, Bulgarian, Mexican, Pakistani and Turkish restaurants, among others. There’s also plenty of fine dining. And let’s not forget the Dog & Bull, Crown & Sceptre and other pubs, as well as The Funhouse, Dice Bar and Story nightclubs.
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If you are looking for a mortgage broker in Croydon who is more interested in helping you realise your dreams than in getting you to help them realise theirs, Mortigo is the way to go. Give us a ring on 0808 164 1616.