Buying a property can be a stressful and time-consuming experience, although nowadays the financing of a mortgage is a case of finding and selecting the most suitable deal, rather than simply accepting a lender’s offer.
Equally, if your current mortgage deal is coming to its end, there’s a myriad of options available and how does one know that they are getting the best deal?
What about releasing capital from your home? Maybe you want to improve your lifestyle; carry out repairs and improvements or simply help your children get on the housing ladder? Here, an Equity release mortgage may be the answer.
MAP Financial are committed to finding you the right mortgage that suits your individual requirements and circumstances. As your mortgage will be one of the biggest financial commitments you will ever make, we believe it is vitally important to make sure you always have the most appropriate mortgage available. We will also guide and assist you through each step of the home-buying and/or remortgage process. We are also members of the Equity Release Council.
Making your experience as pleasant and as stress-free as possible
There could be a number of reasons why you would want to talk ‘mortgages’, such as wishing to move to a bigger property, saving money or raising capital. Whatever the reason, it can still be a very stressful experience, especially if you haven't approached a lender for some time. At MAP Financial, we understand each step involved and realise that most parts of the process need to be closely monitored. Our advisers can guide and assist you through this complex area, and we will liaise with you and all other parties to make your experience as pleasant and as stress-free as possible.
At MAP Financial, we have access to the whole of the mortgage market. Our team of advisers has the necessary knowledge, experience and understanding to find the best value for you based on your needs and circumstances, and we can guide you through and assist you with all the required criteria.
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