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Accord Mortgages Mortgage Reviews

Ratings based on 4 reviews Last review 1 month ago

Looking for Accord Mortgage reviews? People share their reviews on Smart Money People so that you can find the best mortgage provider for your requirements. Accord specialise in first-time buyers and buy-to-let mortgages. If you’ve used Accord M...

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Looking for Accord Mortgage reviews? People share their reviews on Smart Money People so that you can find the best mortgage provider for your requirements. Accord specialise in first-time buyers and buy-to-let mortgages. If you’ve used Accord Mortgages for your latest property, or a previous one, please share a review of your experience to help others who are also looking for a mortgage.

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Your Mortgage Reviews (4)

25th June 2019

Absolute cowboys.

Had a fixed rate for two years then the rate went through the roof and we ended up paying nearly £1200 a month for our 3 bed semi.Had to sell as we could not afford the amount and Accord couldn’t care less.The house did not sell for the amount we ne...

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Had a fixed rate for two years then the rate went through the roof and we ended up paying nearly £1200 a month for our 3 bed semi.Had to sell as we could not afford the amount and Accord couldn’t care less.The house did not sell for the amount we needed to completely pay off the mortgage and Accord are chasing us for the rest.DO NOT GET A MORTGAGE WITH THESE SHARKS.

28th May 2018

Waste of time

provided all the information required, asked all the questions and more about my finances and any payments that had been made into my bank even if it was just £5. The mortgage payment would have been £200 a month lower which again is a lower risk and a...

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provided all the information required, asked all the questions and more about my finances and any payments that had been made into my bank even if it was just £5. The mortgage payment would have been £200 a month lower which again is a lower risk and any outstanding debt would have been cleared. Debt still affordable with around £1,300 left over now but around £1,700 left over monthly from all commitments that would have been paid and still a risk! Both in full time permenant employment of 7 years with an income of over £50,000 looking for a mortgage of £100,000 and DECLINED as lender seen that we may go back into debt the last missed payment on an account was 4 years ago!! Declined on the day of valuation and to rub salt into the wounds they turned up to do valuation. Time, effort and money has been spent on a horrible process. Now have a DIP with Nat West, used a different company altrhough out of pocket and things moving a thousand times quicker! Although I would have preferred an offer with Accord in the first place.