While traditionally people have meet a mortgage adviser in an office to discuss their options, there is now a growing number of people turning to telephone based mortgage advice.
There are a range of benefits in receiving mortgage advice via the telephone, especially for people who find it difficult to travel for face to face appointments.
Technology has offered more options in almost every aspect of our lives and mortgage advice is no different in this respect. We’re delighted to say that all of our mortgage advisers across the UK provide telephone based free mortgage advice.
Benefits of Telephone Based Mortgage Advice
There are three main benefits to getting mortgage advice via the telephone;
Speed: By picking up the telephone you can receive advice the very same day, instead of having to set an appointment and / or travelling to an office. We can often have a decision in principle on your mortgage within a couple hours
Easier: You don’t even need to leave your home, travel on public transport or face bad weather, just by calling our number you could start the process of applying for a mortgage
Cheaper: When travelling to a face to face meeting you are likely to have to pay for public transport, petrol or taxi costs, this could be saved when calling for advice
Thanks to the internet all necessary paperwork can be sent remotely via email, Whatsapp or fax, without any need for a face to face appointment.
In a time when we have all had to adjust our way of life due to coronavirus, it gives us the opportunity to find new solutions for offering mortgage advice which is tailored to your needs. We can also provide appointments via Skype and Zoom too so you can still “meet” your adviser. Of course, if you would prefer face to face advice, we’re here to help with that too.
Is Telephone Based Mortgage Advice Safe?
There may be some people who are concerned about who they are dealing with and whether it’s safe to be giving someone personal information over the telephone.
This is why it’s important everyone is aware of the safeguards in place to avoid this problem. We would encourage you to:
1. Check the FCA Register: Each website for a mortgage advice company should have an FCA number which can be checked on the online register. Some companies will be working as a subsidiary but this can be checked too
2. Check Reviews: Finding out what other people’s experience has been can help show whether the company is trustworthy, as well as legitimate
3. Check Physical Address: A genuine company is likely to have a physical address listed on Google, Companies House etc
Telephone Based Mortgage Advice For You
If you would like telephone based mortgage advice today then give us a call on 0800 112 3690 and we will be happy to help get you started.
We will initially take your basic information and have our mortgage adviser call you back to offer you advice and help you on the next stage of the process.
Our telephone based mortgage advice is free and you’re under no obligation to proceed with our support. We will be happy to help you explore all the options available to you whether you’re a first time buyer or almost mortgage free.