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Trussle: A London mortgage broker

Trussle is not only the UK’s No. 1 free online mortgage broker, we’re also the top rated mortgage broker in London, making happy homeowners from right here in the heart of the city.

From our office near Old Street station we’re just a stone’s throw from London’s technology and financial hubs, which helps us maintain relationships with the lenders, lawyers, and tech firms that will speed your mortgage along.

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Our London home

Since starting up in 2015, Trussle has moved home a few times. 

Our current hub is an original Victorian warehouse. But despite being an original Victorian build, our office is far from archaic. 

We work in an open plan space that’s both bright and modern, much like our approach to mortgages. 

Making our work environment a home for our team is just as important to us as our mission to help home buyers and make mortgages fairer 

If it’s quiet we’re after, we can head into our chilled out quiet room to work. And when we’re feeling social, we gather at the kitchen table for chatty lunches or Friday evening drinks.

Welcome to our London office...

The quiet room

An oasis of calm for when we need to get away and focus.

The meeting rooms

Meetings are less dreary thanks to our bright and stylish meeting rooms.

The cinema area

We gather here for our weekly and monthly recaps.

Where to find us

Find us at Craftwork Studios in East London, just a stone’s throw away from bustling Old Street and the City of London. 

Our address: 1-3 Dufferin St, London EC1Y 8NA

How to get in touch

We have lots of guides and calculators dedicated to answering all your mortgage related questions, but if you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, here’s how you can contact us:

Feel free to call us on 020 3884 1660, or chat with us online.

Find us

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Call us

Fancy a quick call? Call us on 020 3884 1660 to speak to a member of our team.

Chat with us

Got more questions? Chat with one of our professional advisers now!

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How we can help you buy a home in London

As a London broker we’re ideally located and in the know when it comes to what the London market is like and how you can go about buying a property in the most coveted city in the UK.

London is the most expensive area in the UK to buy property in. As such, owning a home here can seem daunting or unattainable, so it can be useful to speak to a broker with on the ground knowledge.

How to buy a house in London

These are the 3 most important points to think about when buying a home in London.

To learn more, read our full guide on how to buy a house, and if buying in London sounds like your cup of tea, check out our London guides.

You'll want to start by learning what the market is like and which areas you might want to move to.

Knowing what to expect in terms of prices around London is a good place to start when looking to buy. 

What kind of home are you looking for? Are you looking for a leafy part of London with more outdoor space? Do you want to be near shopping areas or nightlife?

You need to know what you can afford before exploring your options to buy. 

By using an affordability calculator you can get a quick estimate of what you could borrow. But use a broker to get a more specific estimate once you’re serious about buying.

Considering London’s steep housing prices, you may want a financial boost. This is where home buyer schemes come in. 

There are a few to choose from, like Help to Buy, Rent to Buy and Shared Ownership. Keep reading to find out more about these schemes.

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Get a mortgage with Trussle today

  • Voted the UK's best mortgage broker

  • Advice in under 24 hours and a mortgage decision in 5 days, or we'll pay you £100 (terms and conditions apply)

  • 100% fee free advice

  • 5-star Trustpilot rating from over 4,400 reviews

  • 12,000 mortgage deals from 90 lenders

  • Skip the paperwork: apply online any time

  • Free mortgage monitoring: we'll tell you when it's time to remortgage

Your home could be repossessed if you don't keep up repayments on your mortgage.

You may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you remortgage.

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Sources

¹ Land Registry: House price statistics