We know that by applying for a contractor mortgage may trigger the need for other services, such as financial advice, insurances and legal services. So we’re here to help in all of these areas too as we want to ensure that you’re getting the best service possible.
During the contractor mortgage process conveyancing will be required, which is the legal part of the process. This is generally done by a solicitor, so we are able to put you in touch with a solicitor to carry out all of the required procedures for you. This saves you from the worry of trying to find a good solicitor, as we already know that we can put you in touch with a firm who can offer a great level of service.
When you take out a mortgage there are certain insurance that you will need too, like buildings insurance. The lender will require this type of insurance as it covers the building that is security for your contractor mortgage loan. There are also optional insurances such as contents insurance to cover the possessions in your home. We can arrange for you to speak with an adviser to put these types of cover in place. In addition, if you want to protect yourself further with mortgage payment protection or life assurance, you can also get advice in these areas to ensure that you’re getting the most suitable products for you.
Arranging your mortgage could also bring up other areas of concern to you, such as savings, investments and pensions and may get you thinking more about planning for your future. We can put you in touch with advisers who can offer you financial advice in all of these areas to ensure that all of your needs are covered so that you can start planning for your future and for your family.
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