Professional Mortgages from The Money Guardian
If you are a fully qualified, registered and practicing Solicitor, Barrister, Medical Doctor, Accountant or Actuary and want to buy your first home or move property to upsize, we can recommend specialist mortgages that offer greater loan sizes, subject to availability and application.
“Being a first-time buyer the whole concept of purchasing a property was very daunting yet it somehow felt straightforward and stress free thanks to Melanie.
From the initial meeting with Melanie to the point of the mortgage offer I was kept well informed, received regular updates and felt at ease asking any queries I had.
Melanie was so accommodating to my busy work schedule appreciating that often leaving a voicemail, text or email was the best way to contact me, and often taking my returning calls outside working hours.
Even when faced with a minor setback from one lender Melanie remained positive and proactive in achieving the best outcome for me personally. I genuinely would not have been able to obtain the outcome I have without the professionalism and support from Melanie.
Here’s to 30 years of mortgage repayments and a lovely new home!”Grace, Accountant, Maidenhead
We can help with:
Buy to Let; Let to Buy; Remortgage; Switch Rate; Joint Mortgage; Single Mortgage; Residential Mortgage; New Build; Self Build; High loan to value; Credit Problems; Fixed; Tracker; Variable; Discount; Offset; Flexible; Portable; Overpayments; Repayment; Interest Only.
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My vision for the company is to bring warmth to a sometimes cold, industry in order to help more clients, taking care of you and your family.
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