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In a world where choices are plentiful it can be often overwhelming to know who to go to for advice. Take for example a mortgage requirement. Do you search online? Do you speak to a bank manager? Do you ask for a recommendation from a friend? Do you look in a magazine directory? This is where a mortgage broker can be worth their weight in gold.
A mortgage broker is there to provide knowledge, support and guidance and more importantly the advice. A broker will take the time and appropriate steps to fully understand your financial situation and financial requirements when purchasing a new property or looking to remortgage. They will be able to complete a fact-finding exercise and then offer a competitive range of mortgage products from across the market.
Here are our top 5 reason why you should use a broker:
- They will check your full financial situation to make sure you can afford a mortgage
- They will recommend the most suitable mortgage for your needs, circumstances and preferences
- They will, in most case have access to a comprehensive range of mortgage products from across the market and in many cases be able to offer deals not necessarily available to the public. It would be a matter of checking with the firm to understand their exact scope of mortgage offering
- They can assist in completing paperwork making the application process quick and seamless
- They will break down all the required finances for the mortgage
A broker will be able to provide advice and solutions for mortgages, remortgages, home insurance and protection insurance. If you need help or would like a little more information, please call the NGI Residential team on 01993 706403.
A mortgage is a loan secured against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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