Berkeley Consultants see fall in fixed rates as opportunity
Berkeley Consultants is a firm of mortgage specialists based in Chiswick and has established a solid local reputation for providing friendly, professional advice.
This growing firm was recently nominated for a national award in a Financial Times publication and its advisers are knowledgeable in all areas of personal finance; from helping first-time buyers get on the property ladder to explaining the complex issues surrounding inheritance tax planning.
The general change in mood relating to future interest rate movements means that many lenders have drastically reduced fixed rates in recent weeks.
Far too many homeowners are content to remain on their lender’s standard variable rate - effectively subsidising those borrowers who regularly switch from one competitive deal to another.
Berkeley Consultants can use its expertise to speed up the remortgage process and remove any hassle involved. Its advisers will do all the work for you and can arrange home visits whenever necessary.
Furthermore, it has access to exclusive products so borrowers can take advantage of a fees-free remortgage special and switch to a cheaper rate without having to part with a penny!
Anyone who feels that they are paying too much for their mortgage should contact Berkeley Consultants as a matter of urgency - the monthly savings to be made by remortgaging can be significant.
The company is fully independent and has access to thousands of mortgage schemes, so it can research the whole market and come up with the best solution for each client’s individual circumstances.
Berkeley Consultants is proud of the reputation it enjoys within the local area and many satisfied clients continue to recommend it to their friends and colleagues.
No fees are charged for mortgage advice, with Berkeley Consultants relying solely on the payment it receives from the lender.
Its brokers are friendly and knowledgeable so please call now for an initial discussion. There is no obligation whatsoever and you have nothing to lose but a few minutes of your time.
October 8, 2004