246 Stanley Road, Merseyside, Bootle, L20 3ERMake an enquiry
JCD Mortgage Solutions, a trading name of Jocelyn Done, is an appointed representative of HLPartnership Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct authority.
There may be a fee for mortgage advice. The precise amount will depend on your circumstances.
JCD Mortgage Solutions offers Whole of Market advice for residential & buy to let mortgages.
I, Jocelyn Done am the sole adviser in the company. Following a career as a Mortgage & Protection Manager for a high street bank, I decided to set up my own company, which allows me to help a wider variety of clients with their Mortgage and Protection needs.
I still have access to high street lenders and can often offer special rates that are not available direct. As a whole of market broker, I have access to specialist lenders including ( but not limited to):
-Credit impair (Defined as: Late payments, Defaults, CCJ’s, DMP, IVA or Bankruptcy
-Specialist buy to let
-Help to buy
-Right to buy
-Borrowing into retirement
I also have access to master brokers who specialise in 2nd charge mortgages, equity release and commercial borrowing.
Call today on the free telephone number.
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I am a friendly and professional adviser and pride myself in excellent customer service.
As your broker I will be with you each step of the way, by doing so I will ensure that the process is a smooth as possible.
Following a personal review of your circumstances, I will search the whole market to find the best deal for you.
I also specialise in protection including home, life/ critical illness & income protection.
CALL TODAY TO ARRANGE YOUR FREE CONSULTATION. I have a flexible diary to accommodate my clients needs.
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