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.
I'm Jack, an independent mortgage adviser based in Saltwood, Kent.
My proposition is simple, I offer free expert mortgage advice and a minimum of 1% profit from every mortgage and protection policy arranged goes to supporting initiatives in the local community. A pledge that every adviser at Saltwood Financial Services has made through our corporate philanthropy partner, Pledge 1%.
When you arrange your mortgage with me, you are doing more than simply buying a house. You could be contributing to changing someone else’s life.
So you're ready to buy a house and need a mortgage. It's just a case of popping into your bank and seeing what they've got, right?
There are hundreds of mortgages available, so only looking at deals from one lender means it's very unlikely you'll be advised the most suitable mortgage product at the cheapest possible interest rate.
You could always forage through the internet for hours doing your own research. Yawn.
I enjoy access to exclusive whole-of-market mortgage products that would not be offered directly to the consumer. Let me provide you with free expert advice and brave the administration and the long conversations with lenders, while you make time for more of the things you love. Just call me your personal/virtual mortgage assistant.
(And while I'd love to see you, you don’t even have to see me in person. I can complete the entire process online and over the phone - a perfect solution for you busy people).
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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for the business you are transacting.
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