In GOOD company: How a local mortgage broker can help – even in unsettled times

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In normal times, Good Mortgage Solutions always advise face-to-face advice.

However, during these unsettled days of the Covid-19 pandemic, director Paul Good says we have to adapt.

“We still hold the same values and want to understand your requirements,” he explained.

“We can still spend time getting to know you and we have telephone appointments available if you are in selfisolation or don’t want to go into public places.

We will do everything we can to protect you and our staff, while also making sure you make the right savings on your mortgage or have the right insurance cover.”

Paul has spent 17 years building a reputation as having the knowledge to ease your burdens and a firm that prides itself on the personal touch.

His tight knit and highly experienced team of advisors and admin staff ensure there is always someone on the end of the phone or to pop in and see with any queries when possible.

“We receive most of our business from solicitors, accountants and financial advisors, but the main bulk of the work comes from existing clients, people who have worked with us previously,” says Paul.

“It’s these people who recommend us more than anyone. That’s why we know what we do is right, for you and us.

“Our clients become part of the family, which is all part of the Good Mortgage Solutions ethos. It’s about three words – like, know and trust.”

As independent advisors, Good Mortgage Solutions are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and can access a huge database of products.

“One size certainly doesn’t fit all,” accepts Paul. “But we will find the right ‘fit’ that suits you. It’s not always about saving money on your current mortgage but also making sure you have the right cover to protect you and your family.

“Policies and guidelines are changing all the time. Call today and see how best to protect your family. All reviews and appointments are free of charge.

“Covid-19 won’t be around forever and things will go back to normal as soon as possible. In the meantime, stay safe everyone.”

 

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