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We are a friendly, approachable, local independent mortgage brokerage who offer simple, understandable, professional advice on all areas of personal borrowing.
With twenty-five years experience of lending and personal finance, we explain complex financial information in a way that is understandable to everyone - however financially experienced you are. No matter if you need a basic re-mortgage to get a better rate of interest or a complicated commercial loan to build a business premises, Grayling Mortgage Solutions has the expertise to guide you through the whole process.
We can obtain borrowing for those with adverse credit histories, who require debt-
consolidation, who wish to purchase a BTL investment property or a holiday home and even clients who live outside of the UK.
You will have easy access to your adviser who will be there through the whole process until completion. We also advise on life cover, critical illness and income protection so that you have the security of knowing that if the worse happens, your dependents will not be left with any mortgage debt.
Give Jonathan or Harry a call to chat your situation through fee of charge, and see if we can help you.
Help clients with poor credit histories.
Help first time buyers get on the property ladder with only a 5% deposit - and use of the Government help-to-buy equity loan scheme.
Obtain re-mortgages for clients to get them a better rate of interest.
Help investors obtain buy-to-let borrowing to grow their property portfolio.
Support clients who are trying to manage their personal debt position.
Help people purchase their dream home.
Help people who wish to self-build their dream home.
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