When Andy Stevens began his career in financial services over 25 years ago, he was determined to ensure he brought a fresh approach to the industry and, most importantly, to his clients. So, when he opened Stevens & Co in Ashford, Kent, in 2004, he was quick to make sure that it was something special.
His vision was to make buying a property and the moving process easy for all, regardless of circumstances. Understanding the different needs of first time buyers, those relocating, upsizing or downsizing and clients purchasing buy-to-lets or properties they wish to renovate and sell on, he set about enlisting the right people to cater for all needs.
Today, Stevens & Co specialises in whole of market mortgage advice, equity release, insurance and protection. That’s all necessary financial bases covered. And you and your home, too.
We are proud of our success in building long-lasting client relationships. We often help secure mortgages for clients who have been declined when approaching lenders directly, though we believe it is our customer-centric approach that keeps our clients coming back to us.
We remove the stress and hassle from getting a mortgage for our customers. Our dedicated staff also manage all applications every step of the way right through to completion; handling all the necessary paperwork, providing weekly updates on the status of each case and answering any questions they may have along the way. Our aim is to allow you to get on with what your love & do best without the distraction and stress that can be associated with getting a mortgage. Put us to the challenge today!
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Stevens & Co, 9 The Singleton Centre, Kent, TN23 5GR
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