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    Best Mortgage Brokers

    1. Who are the best/ most reliable buy to let mortgage brokers in London?
    2. Should i google search 'London Mortgage Broker' and contact the top 3?
    3. Who regulates mortgage brokers?
    4. Is there a reliable website that reviews and ranks them?

    Thank you


    #2
    1. Some people think its LandC .but they are paid by the mortgage lender so not looking for the whole of market.

    2. Are you looking for a mortgage ?

    3. FCA

    4. I have not seen it discussed on LZforum.

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      #3
      Yes i'm looking to buy a property
      And to re finance a property also
      Ok let me know LandC
      Any other recommendations by anyone please let me know
      Thank you

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