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Mortgages

M.D. Beckett Financial Services offers a range of mortgage advice for both individuals and businesses. Initial consultation is free of charge, without any obligation what-so-ever. Your mortgage consultation can be arranged at our offices in Crosby or at your home or place of woirk if that is more convenient.

We not only cover Liverpool and the general surrounding areas of Merseyside but have clients nationwide. As an independent adviser we can offer advice and make recommendations from the whole of market, rather than being “tied” to just one provider.

We also recognise that a mortgage recommendation isn’t about selecting the lowest interest rate from a comparison table, but more about an appreciation of the additional factors that could make a considerable difference. For example, an understanding of the probable movements in the Bank of England base rate will have a significant bearing over whether a fixed rate or a variable rate mortgage is recommended, which in turn can make a substantial difference to the cost of the borrowing if rates move.

Our main objective is to build lasting personal relationships with our clients, whereby we are your trusted source of mortgage advice. To help do this, we will aim to contact you before any initial mortgage deal is due to expire and a review is necessary, this ensures that you always have the most competitive product available to you.

Our overall goal is to make the mortgage selection, application and renewal process as straight forward and as simple as possible, thus ensuring that you not only have the right kind of mortgage to suit your individual needs but also the most competitive rate available to you.

Please contact us to see how we can help with your future mortgage arrangements.

Your home may be repossessed if you fail to keep up the repayments on your mortgage.