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The Lytle Group

We're a friendly and independent Mortgage Broker and we've been providing trusted advice to our clients throughout the UK for over 30 years.

Whether you're a first time buyer, moving home, remortgaging, looking to expand your property portfolio or release equity, we can help.

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Buying a property is one of the biggest and most stressful financial decisions that you'll make. That's why it's important to get advice from qualified advisers.

We'll steer you in the right direction and work with you to find a product that best matches your financial and personal circumstances.


No-one wants to imagine that something will go wrong. Instead we think "it could never happen to me." Or "I'll sort it out later." But what happens when things don't go as planned, and there's no protection in place?

We can advise on choosing the right level of cover from a wide range of Protection Policies to give you peace of mind.

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9 The Drive, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 3JE
01273 728381
What we do with your data

The Lytle Group Limited is the Controller and responsible for your personal data. We take our responsibilities towards safety and security of your data very seriously, and our systems and processes are designed to be fully compliant with existing data protection legislation.

How is my personal data used?

Any personal data you provide will be used by The Lytle Group Limited only, to contact you to discuss your requirements.

Data received as part of initial enquiries is normally kept for two years before being deleted. If you do proceed with a full application for a mortgage, protection or other product, your personal data will be retained for longer.

Your personal data rights

You can ask for a copy of the personal data we hold about you, request for your data to be deleted, or withdraw your consent by contacting

What if I have a complaint?

If you are not happy about how your personal data has been processed, please email

If you are still not satisfied, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) as the UK regulatory for data protection. Further details about the ICO can be found at