What to do with a mortgage when divorcing?
  • Sell the property. In this case, you pay the mortgage back and share equity if applicable.

  • Buy out your spouse. In this case, the spouse who keeps the property and must pay the mortgage alone.

  • Keep the joint mortgage. Leave the mortgage and remain responsible for the mortgage payments. Both parties must agree to continue making the mortgage payments.

How can we help you?
  • Assess your options. The Mister Mortgage team reviews your current mortgage and financial situation and provides you with options that may be available to you in your divorce.

  • Refinance. If you are buying out your spouse's share of the property, in most cases, you will need to refinance the mortgage in your name alone. Our mortgage brokers help you to navigate this process and find the best possible mortgage terms and rates.

  • Get mortgage approved. If you are looking to purchase a new home after your divorce, we help you get pre-approved for a mortgage.

Schedule a free introduction call with our mortgage specialists

We answer your questions and provide the best solution for your situation. Our dedicated team manages your mortgage application from start to end, and we handle all communication and paperwork with banks.

  • Access to a trusted network

  • Highly competitive rates and flexible terms

  • Guidance through the entire mortgage process

  • English translations of bank documents are shared

Meet the team
Sezer Yilmaz
Lisa Grondsma
Financial Specialist
Robin Uijtdehaage
Client Director & Financial Specialist
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