In the current economic climate finding the right mortgage can be as much of a challenge as locating your perfect property.
Where do you turn for mortgage advice when buying or selling a property? If you are looking for mortgage advice we can recommend some mortgage experts who we have worked with for many years. Chris Pascoe and Mike Perkins are independent Mortgage Consultants and our preferred mortgage provider partners.
Being independent they can access all available products on the market and can source the perfect fit for your needs, that’s ‘whole of market’ advice with access to exclusive deals and rates – and they will do all the paperwork for you. Whether you are just starting out on the property market, moving home, looking to re-finance to get a better deal, or thinking of venturing into the buy-to-let market they can help you through the whole process.
They appreciate that helping you manage your finances is a sensitive issue so they talk straight and deliver fast. They can help you with every aspect of your money management from debt consolidation to tax planning. Whatever your needs, they’ll be happy to offer their best financial advice with a friendly approach, delivering an informed view of the best products on the market. Feedback has been consistently excellent and we are confident they can find you a tailor made solution, explained in language you can understand! Please call us on 01752 514500 and we will be happy to put you in touch with Chris and Mike.
We also have the opportunity to introduce our clients to Susie Foster, of Wesleyan who is located in the same building as our Crownhill office. Susie can offer a variety of advice and solutions for your protection, retirement planning, investments, and estate planning needs, and also works closely with solicitors who provide a comprehensive will writing service.
Our easy to use mortgage calculator can help you work out your new home purchase budget.
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