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Getting a mortgage is one of the most important decisions you will make in your financial life, here at First Choice Finance we have already arranged over £1 Billion in mortgage loans for our customers in vast range of scenarios. To help from the outset we give you access to a selection of mortgage tools and calculators so you can try different scenarios and mortgage amounts to plan your monthly budget. You can find out your actual repayments simply with a free confidential quote by calling our UK mortgage team on 0800 298 3000 or 0333 003 1505 or please fill in the short on line enquiry form and we will get working on it for you straight away Your mortgage is one of your largest financial commitments and it is important that you thoroughly calculate all your options. First step for many is to get a feel for how much your monthly repayments would be depending on how much you borrow and what interest rate you are offered. Please feel free to use a First Choice Finance mortgage calculator to try out different rates and terms to find your preferred mortgage payments, then get the exact figures by chatting to one of our friendly experienced mortgage advisers. For more information and no obligation mortgage advice enquire online to First Choice Finance and we will work through our extensive panel of lenders to find you the best plan suited to your needs. All mortgage illustrations are provided for free and your mortgage adviser will work with you to get the mortgage or remortgage you require. To speak to our in house advisers directly call confidentially on 0800 298 3000.
If you borrow £150,000 on a mortgage or remortgage over 25 years at a rate of 1.4% on a repayment mortgage your monthly repayments will initially be £596 pcm. Rates reflect your equity levels and credit profile. We arrange mortgages and remortgages for customers from all walks of life, whether employed or self employed, first time buyer or seasoned home mover we will always try to help. It is important to note most mortgage interest rate increase after an initial period also if you take out an interest only mortgage the total amount of the mortgage will be needed to be repaid at the end of the mortgage term. When you enquire for a mortgage with First Choice Finance you will get a detailed mortgage illustration from an experienced mortgage adviser who will be able to look at different scenario`s and answer any question you may have.
If you have existing debts, including loans, credit cards, payday loans, car finance or any other debts, you may consider consolidating your debts into a new mortgage, here at First Choice Finance we are experienced at helping people consolidate there debts, by adding your existing debts into a mortgage you could greatly simplify your monthly finances and by extending the term of your finance could reduce your monthly outgoings and make it more manageable, it is important to note that by extending the length of time you arrange finance over it may well result in you paying back more over the term. For more information please enquire online and you will receive qualified mortgage advice who will search for the best mortgage plan
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