You may think you only have one option. You might think you have no options. What you must always remember is the earlier you seek the relevant advice for an issue the more options you have. Also, the right advisors will make your life easier – not harder.
At Central Financial Services we provide a comprehensive range of advice based on access to a panel of lenders rather than working with just one or two. Much like using an online comparison site, this means we can provide our customers with the most competitive, or appropriate products for their specific circumstances.
The real advantage of this range of advice is when it’s used correctly in conjunction with you, the customer. By taking into account the ‘whole of you’ and your situation we can ensure the right options are provided to you. It’s often easiest to imagine mortgage services more like products. You wouldn’t but left-handed scissors if you didn’t need to. The same is true for mortgage services. Yes, you may need a mortgage – but are you getting the right one for you?
For example, you may be over 55 and looking to improve your lifestyle, pay for a wedding, or support a family member – whatever it may be. whilst this may normally be viewed as an ‘open & shut’ justification for equity release, it may not be the right option for you. A conventional mortgage may actually turn out to be better for you. It all depends on your situation and what you want.
Responsible practice is at the heart of all of our services, and we consider holistic advice to be a crucial element of this. No, it isn’t regulated by a scary-sounding acronym, like the FCA. Though we aren’t legally obliged to consider all of those extra details, we try to provide as comprehensive of a service as possible when providing advice. This makes sure we give the right advice that results in you having the right information and options available to you.
If you’d like some straightforward advice from someone who wants to understand your situation from as many angles as possible, and get the right outcome for you personally get in touch.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.