Expert mortgage and insurance advice driven by customer service and conservation goals
Whether you’re buying your first home, a home mover, on a mission to save money, looking for a large loan or a buy-to-let landlord, we’ve got you covered. We utilise the latest technology to make your journey as hassle free and convenient as possible.
We believe there’s always a solution! No matter how complex, we want to hear from you. Why not book an appointment now with one of our friendly advisers?
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Our average ‘Application to Offer’ time frame last month was:
13 working days
Not all mortgages are available through brokers. That’s why we’ll always let you know about any cheaper deals that we’re aware of when we make our recommendation. Nothing hidden here.
We strive to make the world a better place in any little way we can. By participating in ‘micro-giving’ with the charity Buy1Give1, we support causes such as conservation and clean water projects.
All Advantage customers have their own Secure Client Portal for information, messages and documents. However we always tailor our solutions to you, whether face to face, via telephone or email.
Whilst we arrange finance for people in all situations, we have areas we think we excel in. Contractors, self-employed, first time buyers, older borrowers, or those with credit issues, we are here to help.
NO MORTGAGE NO FEE
Unlike many brokers, we put our money where our mouth is. Our advice is always 100% free; this means if you decide to proceed with a mortgage application, if it doesn’t result in an official offer, you won’t pay a penny to us.
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News & Views
This week it was reported in the press that the cost living rate of increase is currently at a 40 year high. We’re all feeling the pinch!
Generally speaking, whilst rates are indeed on the rise. Something rather peculiar is happening. We are noticing fixed rates increasing at a greater rate than their variable counterparts.