How do we work?
Here at Aspire Financial Services we adopt a ‘listen first, speak second’ approach when handling all client matters. How else could we advise you without a detailed understanding of your unique circumstances and objectives.
From the very first conversation you will find us to be friendly, knowledgeable and willing to help. We will use language and terminology that you can understand and we won’t “sell” to you. Instead, our approach will be to educate and inform, making the whole process understandable.
There is always a story behind any property purchase and we believe it’s important to understand your current perspective, in addition to your long-term plans and goals. We pride ourselves on our consultative approach to our advice and recommended solutions.
What is a Fully Protected Mortgage?
Following our help and advice in securing your mortgage you will be ready to move into your new home, but the advice doesn’t end there. We want you to have the peace of mind that no matter what life might throw at you or your family, you can hold onto your home. This is where the best advice moves into the arena of personal protection. And it’s not just about where you are right now, but by making sure we identify the right product offering flexibility for changes in the future.
Consistent feedback from clients is that we explain & simply the complexity of products to educate them on the various options available. This makes it easier for them to make an informed choice about what protection options they chose to put in place. Providing them and their loved ones with complete peace of mind.
What about the future?
Not only are you kept fully informed throughout the entire process, but in the years to come when your current mortgage deal drawing to an end, we will be in touch to guide you through the next steps. We will ensure you won’t find yourselves suddenly on the Mortgage Lender’s standard variable rate, paying over the odds. We will help you to make the switch to the most suitable rate available, whether that’s with the same lender or another, it all depends on what’s best for you at the time.