If you are purchasing for the first time or an experienced buyer, maybe you are just looking to re-mortgage your property, we can help find a solution. People do not want to be sold a mortgage; they want to talk about a mortgage, so in our eyes it’s all about good relationships.
Everyone is so different, so we always aim to offer you the most suitable mortgage advice tailored specifically to your individual needs. We also keep things simple and don’t try to confuse you with misleading or complicated business jargon.
In JF Financial, we have over 19 years of mortgage broking experience, but we are also part of the Lifetime Group. So whilst we are pretty good at what we do, we also have access to 100’s of other mortgage consultants’ knowledge at out fingertips if we comes across a tricky case.
We can be creative and think outside of the box, but if an excessively complex case comes along, we can collaborate with our extensive network of mortgage colleagues within our group to find the solution. So, if its legal and possible, we will find a solution for you!
We happily work with first time buyers all the way through to experienced investors.
Our specialities are working with complex situations, self-employed clients or company directors. We are true experts in these sectors.
In most cases we remove or deal with problematic obstacles before they even arise. This is because we have designed a unique 2 stage process that allows us to pre-underwrite your case BEFORE you apply for a mortgage.
We then take care of the applications and processing from start to finish for you. Fully managing the process whilst keeping you regularly update on your case's progression.
JF Financial Associates, Cedar Close, Mattishall, Norfolk, Dereham, NR20 3NW
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