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First Time Buyers
First Time Buyers
Taking that first step onto the property ladder as a first time buyer is both exciting and daunting in equal measure. It’s a special time in your life. So, we want to make sure the experience of being a first time buyer is as fulfilling as it should be.
Need help getting started?If you’re buying a place for the first time, you’re bound to have a few questions about how to get a mortgage, the costs involved, and how much you’re entitled to borrow. Don’t worry. At DFP, we have the answers you need. From getting your agreement in principle to getting the keys to your first home, we’ll hold your hand through the entire mortgage process. We’ll take care of the paperwork, relieve your anxieties, provide professional advice, and save you valuable time and money.
There are many reasons why you might choose to re-mortgage your property. Whether you’re raising funds for home improvements, consolidating debt, or looking for a better rate; whatever your objective, DFP can help.
Is your mortgage deal about to end?The circumstances surrounding your decision to re-mortgage will influence which deals you find most appealing. As with all our mortgage services, our team will assess the market in its entirety to find the solution that suits your situation. So, regardless of how complex your re-mortgage needs are, we’ll help you switch your mortgage to a deal that works for you. Likewise, if you have adverse credit, we’re keen to help you re-mortgage where others would shy away.
They say moving house is ‘one of the most stressful things you can do in life’. But it doesn’t have to be. From initial advice on mortgage services through to sale and completion, we’ll be by your side all the way. To put it simply: your job is to find the home of your dreams, while our job is to get you there with a mortgage deal that befits your circumstances, your budget, and your ambitions.
Unsure about the best deal?At Danbro Financial Planning, our comprehensive mortgage services includes home mover mortgages and retirement interest only mortgages, as well as contractor and self-employed mortgages. We can also help you get the agreement in principle you need to get moving faster. The true value of our mortgage services is the time, money and stress we can save you. Time and money that could be better spent on - and in - your new property.
Landlords & Buy-to-Let Mortgages
Whether you’re a seasoned investor, or if you’re venturing into the buy-to-let market for the first time, Danbro Financial Planning will help ensure you’re getting a good deal on your buy-to-let mortgage.
First time landlord or adding to your portfolio?Investing in a buy-to-let property, and becoming a landlord, is an exciting step towards increasing your retirement funds and/or building your assets. But as well as opportunity, it brings with it plenty of responsibility too. Legal obligations, rent collections, the duty of care to your tenants - all considerations you need to take into account when purchasing a buy-to-let. By harnessing the expertise of a specialist advisor, you’ll have the support you need to buy with confidence. DFP will take a look at your circumstances, analyse the appropriate lenders, and give you the independent advice you need to make the right decisions regarding your buy-to-let mortgage. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Buy-to-Let mortgages.
In-Depth, Mortgage Market Knowledge
We’ll search around 100 lenders to find you the best deal
Our professional, personal, and independent services span the entire UK mortgage market.
With over half-a-century in the business, our team have developed close relationships with mortgage lenders from across the country.
We can help you get what you want quickly and efficiently.
It’s our depth of understanding - both of the industry and its key players - that truly marks us apart.
What’s more, we don’t work on a restricted panel.
So, our team of specialists can scour the whole market to find the perfect mortgage deal for you.
Who do we help?
We thrive on complex mortgage cases
Don’t DIY, DFPIf this is your first time using a mortgage advisor, you’ve probably considered DIY already. And we don’t just mean decorating your new dining room. If you’re in two minds as to whether you should ‘do it yourself’ and find your own mortgage or re-mortgage deal, or use the help of an independent specialist, ask yourself the following questions:
Would a specialist advisor improve my chances of finding the best mortgage deal?
Could I use the time I’d spend researching, organising and arranging a mortgage more effectively?
Do I have complex incomes or an adverse credit history?
Would it cost me financially if I chose the wrong lender or agreed to a bad mortgage deal?
Would I rather spend my free time talking to my family and friends instead of bank managers and mortgage providers?
If the answer to any or all these questions is YES then don’t DIY, DFP.
Common Questions on our Mortgage ServicesAnything you’re unsure of? We’ve put some of your more common mortgage and re-mortgage questions to our experts at team DFP. Click here to find out what they had to say. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayment on your mortgage or other debt secured on it. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Buy-to-Let mortgages.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayment on your mortgage.
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Buy-to-Let Mortgages.
Danbro Financial Planning Limited is an appointed representative of the Sense Network Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Danbro Financial Planning Limited is entered on the FS Register (www.fca.org.uk/register) under reference 796167. The information contained within this website is subject to UK regulatory regime and is therefore restricted to consumers based in the UK.
The Financial Ombudsman Service is available to sort out individual complaints that clients and financial services business aren’t able to resolve themselves. To contact the Financial Ombudsman Service, please visit www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk.