Choosing the right mortgage is as important as choosing the right home
Buying a home is one is the most expensive purchases you will ever make. Arranging the most appropriate mortgage is probably the biggest financial commitment of your life. Whether you are
- A first time buyer
- Moving to provide more space for your family
- Re-mortgaging to save money
- Funding an extension to your property
- Raising money for a business
- Looking for an investment property
finding the most appropriate mortgage for your circumstances can be confusing because of the huge choice available.
There are many important decisions to make and planning in advance will ensure that you have made the most advantageous choices at the right time and that you won’t regret any of them.
Before issuing recommendations we conduct an in-depth financial review to establish your individual circumstances, your immediate requirements and your future goals.
By employing a holistic approach we can professionally advise you on the most suitable schemes and their impact on other areas of your financial planning.
In addition to having software for online access to current mortgage schemes from all lenders Anstey Financial Planning has established relationships with many of them.
So whether they are banks, building societies or specialised lenders we can place deals at competitive rates even if your situation is anyway out of the ordinary, be it self-employed, recently employed, on a temporary contract or even if you have a less than perfect credit record.
We provide a comprehensive service from initial enquiry through to completion and not only remove the burden from you but in many cases pre-empt problems before they happen.
Contact us for a no-obligation discussion. You’ll be glad you did
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE. The FSA does not regulate buy to let mortgages.
There may be a fee for mortgage advice. We are often remunerated by the lender for arranging a mortgage. We have a minimum fee of £350 which can include the lender's remuneration. Therefore any additional fee, if any, would be the difference between £350 and our remuneration from the lender.