A local first-time buyer client had initially met with his Estate Agent’s in-house mortgage broker. Unfortunately, that broker was unable to find the client a mortgage. A friend of our client suggested he speak to us. We found the client a great deal within 60 minutes and the client received a formal offer from the mortgage lender within 2 weeks.
A London client contacted us and completed our fact-find so that we could advise him how much he could afford to spend on a house. A few weeks later, he contacted us on a Monday evening to tell us he had found a house he wanted to buy. By 5:00pm on the Wednesday, we had obtained an agreement in principle from the lender.
A new client’s existing fixed-rate mortgage deal was due to expire. They asked us to find them a new £195,000 re-mortgage deal which included the consolidation of £50,000 of Credit Card debt. We found them a great deal which meant their monthly debt repayments reduced by £786 per month.
An existing client recommended us to a friend who’s fixed-rate deal had recently ended. The mortgage amount was £350,000. After discussing the clients’ requirements with him, we found him a great re-mortgage deal which kept his monthly repayments the same, but reduced the mortgage term by 7 years, saving him over £100,000 over the full term of the mortgage!
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