CeMAP - Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice (LIBF)
This qualification assesses a knowledge and understanding of the UK regulation environment in the financial services industry, mortgage products, repayment options and the giving of mortgage advice.
CeRER - Certificate in Regulated Equity Release (LIBF)
This qualification assesses a knowledge and understanding of the principles of equity release, the different types of schemes available and the circumstances where equity release is an appropriate solution for the customer.
What our clients say
Richard has been my mortgage adviser for several years now and I have recommended him to family and friends. What impresses most about Richard is that he will always research the whole mortgage market for me and when he recommends a mortgage, the application is always successful.
Paul E, London
We had a complex situation which required releasing equity from our buy-to-let portfolio to allow us to assist a parent to buy a retirement home, Richard arranged and co-ordinated 3 mortgages, the whole process was seamless.
Karl G, Weymouth
I was buying my first buy to let property and at the age of 66 I did not think this was possible, Richard arranged the mortgage and additional funds to allow me to complete the refurbishment, fantastic service from Richard and Michelle. Thank you!
Pat S, Salisbury
We were in a difficult situation, well at least we thought we were until Richard explained the options available to us. We had come to the end of term with our current lender, Richard arranged an equity release mortgage for us and liaised with our current lender until we had completed our new mortgage, this made the process totally stress free. Thank you, Richard.
John N, Edinburgh
Richard helped my mother with a complex property issue, we urgently needed a buy-to-let mortgage on a property, but this required an incorrect entry on my mother’s credit file to be removed and for the title to be split at the Land Registry. Other brokers simply said it can’t be done, no matter what obstacles were thrown at us, Richard calmly and patiently ploughed on and we have achieved all our objectives.
George K, Kent
Some years ago, Richard arranged a mortgage for my parents, my mother is now 90 years of age and needed her mortgage term extending with her current lender. I tried do this myself and released that this was a job for a professional. Richard managed to extend the mortgage for another 5 years which lower mortgage payments. I asked Richard how much we owed him for this service and he simply said, ‘no charge, just happy I can help’.
George W, Birmingham
RICHARD WYLDER – VOTED MORTGAGE ADVISER OF THE YEAR
You may be a first-time buyer, home mover, buy-to-let landlord or if you have reached the age of 55, you may be looking for advice on equity release mortgages. No matter what your circumstances, I can help. I work with all the High Street lenders, regional Building Societies and specialist mortgage lenders, not found on the High Street.
If you want to call me now, just look to the right of the screen and click on the SHOW NUMBER option, this is my direct line. Please feel free to call me anytime, if you receive my voicemail, please leave me a message and I’ll call you straight back.
If you’re a first-time buyer or haven’t applied for a mortgage for a while, a lot has changed. Everything we do is now online, its fast and efficient. Mortgages can be agreed in principle within a couple of hours with mortgage offers being issued in less than ten working days.
I work with my personal assistant – Michelle, who will liaise with you, your lender and solicitor to make sure everything is happening as and when it should.
Where to find us
Head office address: Suite 11, 160 Aztec West, Park Avenue, Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4TU
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