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WELCOME TO THE MIDAS MORTGAGE CENTRE

At the Midas Mortgage Centre it is our mission to help you get the keys to your dream home and then to make sure you stay there even if the unthinkable were to happen.

Whether you are a first time buyer, home mover or landlord, we will help guide you through the mortgage maze and find you the mortgage deal that is best for you.  And as part of the process we will also advise you on the best way to protect your family and property in case you are unfortunate enough to suffer accident or illness. 

OUR TESTIMONIALS ...

"I was most impressed with Stuart's flexibility around working hours.  Everything was well explained and easy to understand.  Very professional, great job and very efficient service"  Thank you Stuart!.
Ms VT Coaley 2019

"Very personal service and I feel like I've know them a long time.  Lovely people to work with".
Mr JP, from Meppershall 2019

"Everything went smoothly due to Stuart's speed and efficiency.  Plus he is quick to reply to queries".
Ms LM from Bromley 2018

“We had quite a difficult situation with one of being self-employed and the other just about to start a new job.  After being turned away by a few banks we were frustrated that we would never get on the property ladder even though we had a good deposit and good income.  Stuart and Jo at Midas were so helpful throughout the process and went above and beyond our expectations.  Everything was explained thoroughly throughout and the process was smooth.  Stuart was always honest about what we should expect and this way we were never disappointed.  We definitely feel without his help we would still be renting and having battles with the banks as they just don’t seem to want to take on self-employed first time buyers. We are extremely grateful for his hard work and time and would definitely recommend his company.”

Richard May and Gemma Morris 2017

 “Stuart has supported us in getting two mortgages and has on both occasions ensured we got the best possible product.  I have recommended Stuart to both family and friends and would have no hesitation in doing so again”.
Simon Whitmore 2017

 “My requirements were complex and unusual.  I can barely spell mortgage never mind understand the process.  Stuart took on the challenge and guided me through every step.  Both he and Jo were always on hand to answer my queries and explain any uncertainties I may have had.  They were both encouraging without being ‘pushy’ to ensure I kept up to date with paperwork and processes.  Their response time was swift and made certain that any product was the absolute best for me and my requirements.  I will most definitely be in contact for the renewal in a few years – thank you!”
Laura Ovenden 2017

 “ Well, what can we say!  Stuart was excellent from start to finish and beyond.  He is always on hand to answer any queries and is always sure with his answers.  The level of service that Stuart and Jo provide is amazing.  They made the whole process effortless and very stress free, which is unheard of for a mortgage application.  We can’t thank you enough.”
James and Amber Burt 2017

 “Stuart goes above and beyond to find the right products, explain everything and then support you throughout the entire process.  As a mortgage broker he is someone to vent at, and as a friend he is second to none.  Also, credit to Jo for her support and professionalism.  She keeps a tight ship!”
Jacqui Talbot 2017

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
We do not charge a fee for insurance related advice, we receive commission from the provider. For mortgages we typically charge a mortgage processing fee of £495 for a purchase and £295 for a remortgage. We may also levy a fee of up to 0.50% of the loan amount. We may also be paid commission by the lender.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) does not regulate some forms of mortgage

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