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Mortgages & Remortgages

Addison James & Co are in a position to offer a wide range of excellent mortgage packages in south London from major high street mortgage lenders, which will make switching mortgage lenders an easy process, whether you are a first-time buyer seeking a mortgage in London or an existing home owner wishing to re-mortgage your property in Catford.

You could save hundreds or even thousands of pounds a year on your mortgage by switching to a new mortgage with a different mortgage lender, which in many cases will come with a free house valuation and standard legal fees.

We can make life easier for you by completing forms, organising home valuations and even arranging for a solicitor to represent you.

For those wishing to clear their debts, due to credit card debts or any other financial loans, arrears or CCJs (County Court Judgements), we offer a range of re-mortgage products from mortgage lenders who specialise in this area.

Addison James & Co offer every type of mortgage available on the market, to suit all our customers. If you are looking for a mortgage in London and Catford, please give us a call now. Here are some of the mortgage services in south London we offer:

  • First Time Buyers
  • Moving House
  • Buying Another Property
  • Buying Your Council House
  • Re–mortgage to Release Equity for Home
  • Existing mortgage improvements
  • Re–mortgage to Raise Capital
  • Re–mortgage to Consolidate Debts
  • Re–mortgage to a Lower Interest Rate
  • Re–mortgage to Reduce Term of Your Mortgage
  • Mortgages for Employed or Self-Employed
  • We can usually help if you have:

  • Pending Repossession
  • Poor Credit Rating
  • Short–Term in Employment
  • County Court Judgements (CCJ’s)
  • Mortgage or Credit Arrears Past or Present
  • Defaults
  • Individual Voluntary Agreements (IVA)
  • Bankruptcy Order
  • No Verified Accounts


 Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with payments on your mortgage.
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