I don’t charge for appointments and it’s the best way to get the best mortgage advice.
With the new developments with the Coronavirus outbreak, the Government are recommending that we all cut down on our face to face meetings.
Whilst it is important that I get the right product for you, and relish the thought of working on your behalf, I am currently unable to meet clients face to face.
I can still do everything necessary for you online and via the phone or even Zoom.
The first step would be to complete my online mortgage form (one for every applicant, please). It can be found here.
Then I can liaise with you by email, over the phone or Zoom to make sure that we get the post possible product for your circumstances.
Any documents can be uploaded to my secure website and I can make applications directly to the lender’s internal systems.
I can even find solicitors who can also deal with their clients online in a similar way.
If you’d like a phone consultation, let me know in the notes section of my online booking form. To book a Zoom meeting, just click the Zoom button when arranging the appointment.
Just as easy, just as convenient.
In the daytime, or in the evening, I can work with you at times to suit you.
Giving the best advice can be an involved and time-consuming thing, so the more information that I can have, then the better quality of mortgage advice I can give.
If you can have your latest three months’ pay-slips available, that will be great. If you’re self-employed, the last three years accounts or SA302s will be really helpful. I’ll also need to know about any other form of income that you get, such as Tax Credits, Child Benefit, Maintenance, Pension or Rental Income.
Also it will be really handy if I could see a credit-report for you. I recommend Checkmyfile, as they include many of the credit referencing companies and provide a 30 day free trial. More information can be found here. The ideal thing would be to print it to a PDF and upload it to my online mortgage form.
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