This qualification assesses a knowledge and understanding of the UK regulation environment in the financial services industry, mortgage products, repayment options and the giving of mortgage advice.
1st Call 4 Mortgages (UK) Ltd is Directly Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are also members of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers.
We provide independent mortgage advice on over 100+ lenders to both personal and business clients. This includes all types of residential mortgages, commercial mortgages, bridging finance, development finance, buy to let or let to buy, help to buy, secured loans, equity release and much more.
We also provide advice on all types of personal and business insurances like income protection, key-man, relative life, critical illness insurance. mortgage protection, buildings and contents, landlords insurance and can even help with Public or Employers Liability too.
We have advisers waiting to take your call all over the UK. Between us that adds up to many years of experience and our great service and style results in happy clients who use us again and again. Why not give us a call and find out for yourself.
Generally people tend to use brokers when their circumstances are a little bit complicated. It might be their own circumstances or something to do with the property.
We will listen to what you are trying to achieve and ensure that we will research a suitable solution for you without fuss. We will gladly make sure that all your questions are answered and that everything is explained in plain jargon free language.
We will help you protect your property investment with free optional protection advice with no obligation.
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