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Introduction...mortgage advice with a twist!

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  • Introduction...mortgage advice with a twist!

    Hi

    I work for Oakleigh Finance, a mortgage brokers based in Essex and the city.

    I appreciate there are probably several IFAs/mortgage brokers doing a grat job and offering critical advice to those who need it however the advice we provide isn't what you come to expect from a traditional mortgage broker.

    We reveal all your mortgage options whether it's going to your bank, using the internet or a mortgage broker.

    We highlight the pros & cons of each option and provide free support guides whichever option you choose.

    The service we offer isn't a substitute to your traditional IFA/mortgage broker but is another option available to you that will help find the best mortgage deal.

    I'll be posting regularly on here and providing advice where I can so feel free to ask as many questions as you like.

    Thanks,

    Dave

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    Re: Introduction...mortgage advice with a twist!

    It sounds like you are providing a good trustworthy service not centred around your broker fee, This is good we need more honest people guiding the masses in what is a very important area.
    Good work
    www.tradesmanschoice.co.uk

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      Re: Introduction...mortgage advice with a twist!

      Choosing a mortgage can be a minefield with all the various types available.

      Seeking independant advice is always a good idea.
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