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Latest Residential mortgage advice Reviews

Alexandsons
19 Sep 2016
Good to do business with fast and efficient and very helpful would use again for business and have used previously with same good service
Prolific Mortgage Finance
24 Feb 2015
Lea has always looked after my mortgage needs from buying my first property to our current family home, I can’t
Aalto Mortgages Ltd
7 Feb 2015
Very prompt and reliable service with good advice. Good understanding of the market as well as of client's needs. Highly recommended.
Seico Insurance & Mortgages
4 Nov 2014
“All staff I've spoken to have been extremely helpful, friendly and efficient. Takes all the stress out of insurances and mortgages - Big thanks”

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Your mortgage could be the greatest amount of credit that you borrow in your lifetime, and so it is important to make sure you are getting the right one to suit your needs. A mortgage broker can help guide you through the legal process, saving you time and money.

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What do you need to know about residential mortgage advice?

Residential mortgage advice is key when you are looking to purchase a property. The mortgage market is full of thousands of different options, and navigating it can be tough. Your local mortgage specialist will provide you with advice and information that helps you to make an informed decision about the kind of mortgage you are looking for and the most appropriate protection. They can also lead you through the application process.

A mortgage advisor, specialist or broker must be accredited by CeMAP® - Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice. This is recognised by the Financial Conduct Authority. You can also ask about additional qualifications; most insurance brokers working for larger firms will have to have a university degree. Experience is important too: how long have they worked in the industry, and have they worked a lot with people with similar circumstances to you? You will also need to judge their professionalism. Can they explain things to you in a way you understand, and would you be able to trust their advice? A good way to judge this is to look over reviews from their previous clientele.