International Mortgages

The best rates, across the globe.

International mortgages

It couldn’t be simpler to find a mortgage with Holborn Assets, wherever you are in the world. And that’s because we have a truly international presence.

Thanks to long-lasting relationships with people on the ground who can help our clients, we are able to offer our elite mortgage services in a global spread of locations. No matter if you’re in the UK, UAE, Spain, France, South Africa, New Zealand or Malaysia, and a few other places as well, we can access the best rates on the market, putting you in the prime position to make the right decision for you.

The Mortgages Team here at Holborn Assets lives and breathes mortgages. And with a committed support team around them, our IFAs are fully empowered to translate their passion for mortgages into top deals and peace of mind for you.

Three reasons to go with Holborn Assets for a mortgage

  • UK? UAE? We have lenders who can help

    Whether you need a mortgage in the UK or the UAE, you will get the broadest range of lending options from the biggest lenders. The Mortgages Team prides itself on connecting clients with lenders who, by virtue of their size can really offer top deals and genuine flexibility.

  • We get the paperwork right for you

    The Mortgages Team manage mortgages day in, day out. So it's only natural that we pre-approve all client paperwork before it goes to the lending bank for evaluation. We iron out any issues before they can hinder the mortgage process. Our clients find that reassuring, and generally, the banks can then proceed quickly.

  • We're passionate about what we do

    We are passionate about getting our clients the very best mortgage deal because it gives us so much satisfaction. There’s a real art to running a mortgage process smoothly from start to finish, and we enjoy the challenges that helping people buy their homes in both the UAE and the UK business provides.

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History and Heritage

Holborn Assets was established in 1998 and is widely considered to be the financial services company of choice in the expatriate market it serves. No other independent company can match our expertise or depth of proposition. We have therefore always felt at home headquartered in Dubai, the world’s fastest growing City State and one of the economic wonders of the world.

Holborn Assets has regulated operations in the UK, Europe, Asia and South Africa and a global administration hub employing 150 people in Sri Lanka. The corporate DNA that has underpinned our growth is simple: we are passionate about helping people put the right money, in the right place, at the right time.

We are a friendly, family company with British values of integrity and respect for all.

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