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.
We specialise in helping people with low credit scores and adverse credit profiles find lenders willing to consider their mortgage application.
Just because you’ve fallen behind on payments or had trouble with debt in the past, shouldn’t mean you can’t get accepted for a mortgage.
We aim to provide a trustworthy service, helping find the right mortgage deals for our clients. We think it’s important to protect and support those who could be taken advantage of by educating and helping them rebuild their credit profiles so they can live a financially stress-free life. With our professional mortgage advice, clients can learn how to avoid paying higher deposits and interest rates. And we’re really proud of it.
Our promise to you
We provide a friendly and professional service with the sole focus of finding the best mortgage suited to your circumstances. We truly believe that poor credit and past debt shouldn’t stop you from finding an affordable mortgage deal. There’s no denying that the mortgage process can be stressful and timely for the client, which is why we’ll only consider applications that we really believe in. That way, you can be assured that we’ll be fighting for your application all the way. We will also continue to support you through the legal process until you have the keys for your home in your hands because we truly believe you can get there. We’re ready to help you reach that goal.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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