Your local Mortgage Adviser
Most clients I work with are keen to let me do the leg work to ultimately make the application process as seamless as possible. It’s my job to lend a helping hand…I love the thrill and it really makes my day to inform my clients that they have an approval!
I have key relationships with many lenders as one size does not fit all. Getting the approval is one thing, but the correct loan structure at the beginning is critical.
Interest rates are important although I have the view that it’s not all about the rate…IT'S ABOUT THE RATE AT WHICH YOU PAY THE LOAN OFF.
I have tools that can show you just how much you can save by sacrificing even a couple of coffees and a Big Mac per week…. you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
I look forward to working with you over the long term, it’s not about arranging the loan and then leaving you out in the cold…. I am available at any time if and when your needs change.
So in a nutshell, I will try my very best to secure a loan, advise on the best loan structure to suit your unique situation and obtain a competitive package from a lender who appreciates your business. I can also advise on your insurance needs if need be.
Thank you so much for visiting my web site, I sincerely hope I can help you out.
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