We help clients throughout the UK with our Independent Mortgage Advice Service.
Our Mortgage Advice Service considers all aspects of your financial circumstances and is designed to provide a Mortgage solution that is tailored around your goals.
Whether you are a first time buyer, moving home, a self builder*, looking to remortgage or a buy to let** investor you will most likely need a mortgage.
Why do you need a Mortgage Adviser?
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- To get the right mortgage product for your needs
- Impartial whole of market service
- Fast efficient service
- One-to-one advice
- One point of contact throughout the process
- Stress-free service
At any one time there may be hundreds of different mortgage options, however only some of these will meet your needs. Why spend your spare time trawling the internet and high street from one bank or building society to another when you can chat with a professional mortgage adviser who will be able to find you the best deal available to you by taking your needs into consideration and researching the whole of the market. A From Acorns Mortgage Adviser uses specialist sourcing software to sort through the vast range of mortgages and identify the best ones for your current circumstances taking into consideration all the components of a mortgage:[columns gutter=”20″][one_half]
- Interest Rate
- Early Repayment Charges
- Higher Lending Charge
- Repayment of Capital
How much does using a Mortgage Adviser cost?
A fee of £295 payable immediately and 0.35% of the loan amount payable on completion (subject to a minimum fee of £400). For example, for a loan amount of £114,285, the amount payable on completion would be £400 (the minimum). For a loan amount of £200,000, the amount payable on completion would be £700.
This page does not constitute advice and should not be taken as a recommendation to purchase or invest in any of the products/services mentioned
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
*The Financial Conduct Authority may not regulate Self-Build Mortgages
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