Here at Key To Mortgages we are truly passionate about helping people throughout their journey to own their dream home, buy their first investment property, expand their existing property portfolio and protect what’s important to them.
As a Bournemouth based mortgage and protection broker, I, Peter Morgan have been advising and working in financial services for over 20 years. Since then I have been helping people buy property by advising on and arranging their mortgage and associated protection needs.
I have been successful in helping people achieve their dreams and financial goals for many years. I pride myself on providing outstanding customer service, achieved by working in partnership with my clients, estate agents, solicitors, property surveyors, developers and lenders.
At Key To Mortgages we strive to ensure the buying experience is as smooth and stress free as possible, allowing you to concentrate on your commitments at work and home.
We offer a service that many of our clients believe to be second to none. This is proven by our customers returning to us again and again but also by them recommending us to their friends and family.
We offer tailored financial solutions through trusted advice.
With so many mortgages available, there are many things to consider when arranging a mortgage. We offer expert advice and take time to fully understand what is important to you, what your future plans and requirements are and how these affect your mortgage and other financial needs. We offer unbiased mortgage and protection advice and search for mortgages from the whole of the market, often accessing exclusive mortgage deals or mortgages unavailable on the high street.
44 King Edward Avenue, Dorset, Bournemouth, BH9 1TZ
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