Mortgage & Protection Advice Nationwide Throughout The UK
The Mortgage Planner has been created with the aim of offering whole of market, independent mortgage advice to clients throughout the whole of UK. We make buying your first home or switching mortgages simple ensuring all the associated hassle and time delays are stripped out of the process , we employ the most modern mortgage sourcing and research technology along with an online streamlined sales process meaning the entire open market is sourced quickly and you are in your new home or secured your new deal without delay. Once we have received you enquiry, you will be allocated one of our independent mortgage brokers who will source the entire market to find the most suitable mortgage based on your individual circumstances. We aim to provide a decision in principal within a 24 hour period and often move onto an application within 48 hours.
Our initial research and consultation is at our expense so you will not be charged should you not wish to take things further. Our mortgage broker fees are highly competitive and start from as low as £295 for a new home purchase to £495 for Remortgage advice.
Confused about mortgage jargon and what it all means? Don't know your tracker from your fixed rate, or getting your APR and your SVR mixed up? We can bust through the buzzwords and provide you with a down-to-earth mortgage consultation in plain English. Our recommendations won't get you muddled by using long complex terms that only we understand, and if you want to know what any term in the industry means, our advisers will be pleased to explain it to you in a language you can understand.
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