Long established ( 1996 ) Independent brokers covering all aspects of mortgage advice. Privileged to have been invited to participate in the Parliamentary Review, with emphasis on the London Buy to Let market ( see our website for the article and the video on our profile here. Offices in City of London, Newcastle, Manchester & Sunderland. Option of " face to face" advice or "distance" advice ( email/phone ) Specialize also in UK B.T.L loans for EX-Pat and citizens of China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, wishing to invest in the UK ( a broker fee is payable for these cases due to more complex nature- contact for details ). We pride ourselves on good, prompt and confidential service to our clients, time after time. We have vast experience in;
Buy to Let mortgages, self employed and employed staff with large or annual bonus payments, Contract workers, daily rate contract professionals. We have advised many First time buyers to purchase their first home and they have returned to us time and again when moving home or re-mortgaging. We charge no fees so clients can come back to us time after time and build up that long term business relationship.
Our expertise is to match your circumstances to lenders criteria. So much time is wasted applying direct to lenders when a quick appraisal of circumstances would ascertain that lender would not be suitable. We analyse the market to get the best possible options. We work for YOU, not the lender! Let us take the strain out of the process by offering straightforward, honest & bespoke advice. Check out our reviews, available on Google search for Jackson Potter London. Specialists in buy to let loans. We normally have a loan pre-agreed, free of charge, within less than 24 hrs.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Warnford Court, 29 Throgmorton street, London, EC2N 2AT
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