Why use a Mortgage Broker
Personal Financial Management can assist you whether you are buying your first property, buying an investment property to let out to tenants, remortgaging your current property to access a better deal or remortgaging to raise capital, but what are the benefits of using our fantastic service?
Our advisors at Personal Financial Management pride themselves on their expert knowledge of the mortgage market, they have taken all relevant examinations and are fully CeMap qualified which means all advice given is true and fair – the same cannot be said for what you may read on the internet or the information you are given from a call centre.
Personal Financial Management has always been a whole of market broker, this means that our advisers will ensure you are getting the best deal possible available to you. Some brokers are appointed representatives of certain lenders, banks or insurers and offer a limited service. Should you take advice from your bank they will be obliged to give you biased advice without the need to compare all products available across the entire mortgage market.
We know exactly how the market works, Personal Financial Management have been in the industry for years and have seen it change, especially in recent years as many mortgage lenders have tightened up lending criteria meaning it can be more difficult to have a mortgage offer accepted if you do not know what you are doing. We most certainly do!
Personal Financial Management can also advise you on all the additional things you need to know about, suitable buildings and contents policies, protection policies which will provide cover for your mortgage. We can also offer assistance and advice when dealing with solicitors.
We have a duty of care to all of our clients and want the best for them, choosing Personal Financial Management as your mortgage broker is the smart choice if you want swift and efficient service combined with reliable and accurate advice. Not to mention we are here for you should you need us throughout the term of your mortgage.