Buying your home is probably the largest single financial commitment you are ever likely to make. With the wide range of lenders available and thousands of offers to consider, finding the right mortgage can be a daunting task even for the experienced home owner.
Shrimpton Financial Planning is an Independent Financial Advisor who specialises in providing mortgage advice services for the clients of many well known estate agents including Clifford and Drew.
Whether you are a first time buyer, a buy-to-let investor, a home mover or re-mortgaging for a better deal, by listening carefully to your requirements and providing guidance where needed, we can establish the most appropriate mortgage product for your particular circumstances.
We start with a free initial consultation without any obligation on your part. When you meet with us, we will take the time to find out about you, your property, your financial circumstances and future plans. After carrying out this 'fact find' meeting, we will be able to help you find the right solution to meet your specific needs.
Should you instruct us to proceed and arrange a mortgage for you, we do not generally charge a fee other than a modest administration charge of £100.00 payable on application. Most lenders will pay a "procuration fee" which usually covers the cost of our services. On the rare occasions that we do charge a fee at the time you make an application, the reasons for this will be clearly explained at the outset.
In addition to helping you arrange the most suitable mortgage or re-mortgage, we will also give you completely independent advice on suitable protection insurance products available from the whole market.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Please contact David Shrimpton on 01985 214246 to discuss your requirements.
Buy to Let Mortgages are generally not regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
Shrimpton Financial Planning is an appointed representative of Financial Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.