Norden is a small Lancashire village situated between Rochdale and the Rossendale Valley. It’s quite a well to do place with a population of approximately 10,000.
A recent look at a popular web site that lists houses for sale in Norden (https://www.onthemarket.com/for-sale/property/norden/) shows quite a diverse number of houses that would suit those looking to move to a bigger house, first time buyers and landlords looking to invest in a property that they can then let out.
As Norden is a small village there’s a lack of high street shops. Instead you’ll find local stores and a large number of pubs. If you’re looking to find a mortgage broker rather than go into Rochdale the best advise is too look for an independent local mortgage advisor who knows the area and will come out to you.
Another advantage is the speed at which local brokers and mortgage advisors operate. If you have any experience of high street lenders you’ll know it can take months for them to finally offer you a mortgage (provided you get that far!), and in that time you can lose the house because someone nipped in and bought it ahead of you.
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Best wishes, Alan
It was during this delightful walk between Chatburn and Grindleton in Lancashire that I started to think how nice it would be to live in an area of Lancashire such as this.
Most of us find ourselves confined to the urban sprawl of places and districts such as Bolton and Preston, but the towns and villages such as Clitheroe and the Trough of Bowland are absolutely delightful – quite, peaceful and rural. Ideal if you want to get away from the rat race.
One only has to spend 30 minutes in the open spaces of Clitheroe, Chatburn or other similar villages to start to feel a sense of rejuvenation and reconnection to the earth. It’s probably one of the reasons that both places are tourist attractions for walking enthusiasts.
For those wanting to buy a house in Chatburn, Bowland or Clitheroe, I recommend you try the online agencies to see what sort of the properties are available and what prices you can afford, as for getting a mortgage, my advice is to chose a mortgage broker / adviser who is familiar with the area and who can offer you a wide range of mortgages – take a look at the homepage of this site (http://www.mortgagebrokeradvice.co.uk/) for recommendations.
Right, time to get back to my walk!
With all the new properties available in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester (source: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/new-homes-for-sale/Wythenshawe.html), it’s not a surprise that many mortgage brokers and advisors are busy.
Manchester Council’s Strategic Regeneration Framework for Wythenshawe is worth reading as it discusses the Council’s plans for this up and coming area. New houses are being built and the area is the #1 growth area in the UK outside London.
Getting a mortgage for a house in Wythenshawe should be easy if you approach the right mortgage broker. This blog is has several articles that discuss mortgage brokers or lenders in Wythenshawe – simply look through some of the other articles and you’ll find links to plenty of other sites.
Wythenshawe is one of the cheapest areas to live in Manchester but with all the regeneration going on this is set to change. So there are many people advising you get a foothold in this developing of Manchester soon as your property prices should soar over the next 5-10 years.