Even if you are in a fixed rate or tracker mortgage, see if you could get a better deal right now with
our free 24/7 mortgage monitor.
Step 1: you sign up online in a minute.
Step 2: your mortgage is evaluated 24/7 by powerful AI technology.
Step 3: If there are potential savings, your adviser notifies you.
Step 4: You decide if you want to switch.
Step 5: Your mortgage adviser helps you switch.
Step 6: you start saving money.
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We use the latest AI technology to monitor your mortgage constantly. It takes into account set-up fees and early repayment charges, as well as your unique circumstances such as existing mortgage rate, property value, loan-to-value, and reducing mortgage balance.
When all the number crunching has been done by our technology partners at Dashly, the system either confirms that it can’t beat your current deal – giving you peace of mind – or it sends an alert to one of our advisers asking them to confirm whether or not you can really save money. After our adviser has checked the details of the deal then you will be sent an alert telling you how much money you might be able to save.
Once you register for the service there is nothing for you to do. Just let us look after your mortgage while you relax.
When the time comes, we manage the mortgage switch for you too.
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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