Bluebell Mortgages
  • First Time Buyer

    Bluebell Mortgages are expert mortgage brokers and have a detailed knowledge of mortgage lenders’ and first time buyer mortgages.

    Moving Home

    We can inform you of all the likely fees associated with a house move, identify your current position and calculate your likely required loan amount.


    If you already have a mortgage and your current deal is due to expire in the next 6 months, we can help find you the most effective deal for you.

    Buy To Let

    We have a vast experience of the Buy To Let market and are able to offer our clients detailed advice on the correct method of funding potential purchases.

    Shared Ownership

    An effective way for first time buyers to get on the property ladder, it can considerably reduce the amount needed for a deposit.

    Specialist Finance

    Bluebell Mortgages have specialist advisors who can assist you with your first or next commercial or self-build development.

    Older Borrower

    The days of retiring at 65 are disappearing fast, people are living longer and borrowers are getting older.


    This can range from Life Assurance to protect your mortgage or family, Critical Illness cover, Income Protection and General Insurance.

  • FAQ's

    We’ve collated our most frequently asked questions below, but if there’s a question on your mind that we haven’t covered, please get in touch.

    Success Stories

    We’re passionate about helping people get to where they want to be on the property ladder. Our customers share their stories of how we helped them.

    Knowledge Base

    Here we can share with you our many years of industry experience & knowledge so that you can feel confident and prepared for your mortgage journey.


    We regularly post about all things in the Mortgage world and other industry information. We also post about what's going on at Bluebell Mortgages.

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Have you ever lost a purse or wallet, or worse still, had one stolen? It can happen to anyone and is more common than you might expect. In today’s world where many of us don’t carry cash, thieves targeting credit cards, debit cards and mobile phones can cause havoc with your finances in a very short time.

Apart from the loss and potential for identity theft, it is also a stressful situation for the victim. We have all got that sinking gut feeling when we can’t find a wallet or purse and the massive relief when it turns up where we left it! But when you have exhausted all of the options as to where it was put, what do you do?

Contact your bank, building society or credit card issuer to notify that it’s lost or stolen as soon as you can. They will freeze the card and cancel it immediately to prevent additional transactions taking place.

Upon reporting the stolen card, your bank or credit card issuer will carry out a fraud investigation and refund any money lost as part of the process.

In this age of contactless card transactions, it is easy for thieves to make a flurry of smaller transactions immediately after taking your card, so it pays to be vigilant and check your card statements thoroughly for any transactions that you do not recognise, and report these to your card issuer at the earliest opportunity in order to be reimbursed. As a general tip, it’s worth being mindful of the number of cards you are carrying about your person, this will make it easier to identify if one or more has been stolen or lost, and have the key contact details of your bank or credit card issuer to hand should the worst happen and you need to get in touch to report a stolen card.

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