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Your Local Independent Specialist Insurance, Mortgage and Commercial Finance Advisors

What You Should Know

Then there is the question can you trust who you are dealing with? We are happy to confirm that MMB Finance Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in respect of Residential Mortgages and General Insurance activities only, our FCA Registration Number is 302545.

We are well established and over the years have developed a thorough understanding of your needs and individual requirements. We make a point of caring about our customers and our procedures have been designed to suit you.

As independent finance advisors, we can tailor a mortgage or loan to your specific needs and not be limited to the constraints of one particular lender.

We can provide fully Independent advice about lenders products offering you more choice will often negotiate terms and conditions, which are more favorable to than you would receive by working directly with a lender.

We can pre-qualify an application before you find a property, this can save you time and costs (telephone, fax and postage) in both exploring and finding a possible lender. It also may be possible if an intended lender declines a loan, we can repackage the file and easily submit the loan to another lender without having to submit a new application or references and valuation report that saves you time and money and help you be sure that you secure the right finance when you need it. 

For more specific help and to talk through you options, call our team of expert advisers today

 


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