As female financial advisers we provide clients with a holistic service where their needs are listened to with care and with a willingness to support the client.
As a whole of market mortgage broker firm we are able to research the lenders criteria and assess which provider and product suits your needs the most. Our whole of market mortgage broker can look at self employed, contractors, part time, maintenance from divorce or on maternity leave, whatever your circumstances we are able to do the research for you. Buy to lets, let to buy, moving home, first time buyers and 2nd family homes!
Fixed, tracker, discount or offset products we can assess the best long term or short term product for you!
As female mortgage brokers we give our clients not only the best advice but also the best customer service, holding our clients hand the whole way through the process – putting a feminine touch to finance! We are honest in our approach with clients, discussing what is the best advice based on their own needs and what is the most appropriate mortgage based on their financial circumstances.
We are independent, female financial planners (non investment) who are able to sit down with our clients and discuss their financial requirements. We give full advice and recommendation, either over the phone, in the comfort of your own home or in our offices. We cover most of Kent. We have access to products not available on the internet, by getting advice you know you are getting the best product.
MORTGAGE BROKER - Family protection - life cover, critical or serious illness, income protection - guardianship for children - wills & estate plans - budgeting and money matters - business insurance.
Innovation Centre Medway, Maidstone Road, Chatham, Kent, ME5 9FD
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