We work with clients of all sorts from homeowners who want to remortgage to save money, first time buyers getting on the property ladder, people looking for overseas homes, to sophisticated property investors.
When the time comes for you to make your first foray into the property market you will probably have a mix of excitement and trepidation.
That trepidation is healthy and indeed justified for the unprepared but, with our guidance, you can enjoy the excitement as our knowledge keeps you safe from the usual errors.
When you took out your current mortgage you may have had an introductory deal on your interest rate – when this ends you’ll usually be put on a less competitive variable rate. When was the last time you reviewed your mortgage? Is it still the most competitive mortgage to meet your objectives? A review might reveal ways to reduce your current monthly payments or manage your mortgage down to zero as effectively as possible and it costs nothing to explore your options.
We have clients with a great many properties in their portfolios and those who have only just started out with their first buy-to-let investment. For those who are just getting started in property we are on hand to give you a starter course or just guidance as you need it – get in touch and work with us any way you choose.
Speak to an adviser who will assess your objectives, current position, and help you plan a course of action. It’s also an opportunity for you to get to know us before deciding to engage our services. You can ask as many questions as you need. Your first meeting with us where we will discuss the ways in which we might help you is free of charge. Contact us today to book an appointment.
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The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate most forms of Buy to Let Mortgage and most forms of Commercial Mortgage.