The Mortgage Bureau Shares Remortgage Advice With Norwich Community

November 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Mortgage Bureau, based in Norwich, United Kingdom, is keen to help the communities they serve with the firm’s unbiased remortgage services, which includes advice on whether or not to remortgage. The firm has established multiple locations across the UK, helping local residents overcome their debt by employing tactics that allow them to reduce interest rates and other fees as much as possible. More information is available here:

The local office notes that despite the number of alternatives and solutions available to help someone overcome their debt and pay off their mortgage, a significant part of the UK population is still struggling to find and execute an effective strategy. Having noticed this, The Mortgage Bureau has been reaching out and providing independent, unbiased advice to those in need. Clients can rest assured that any advice offered is based on the firm’s extensive experience handling cases pertinent to this field.

"We continue to keep our doors open and welcome anyone from the community to consult with us on the different options that they have to deal with their mortgage," states Andrew Masterson, of The Mortgage Bureau Norwich. "We cannot emphasize just how important it is for you to have the guidance and assistance of an experienced professional when dealing with a mortgage. Whether you are planning on getting a mortgage or are trying to negotiate a remortgage, you can benefit greatly from the expertise and insight that we offer, as we can help you navigate the obstacles that crop up in this field. We can also help you avoid common mistakes."

The Mortgage Bureau emphasises that, unlike some other companies that fulfil an advisory role, they are independent, and they do not have ties with any estate agents. This allows them to provide unbiased advice to their clients without conflicts of interest. On multiple occasions, they have asserted that members of the public should beware of mortgage providers and estate agents that partner with each other. More information on the importance of seeking advice from unbiased experts can be found here:

Masterson says, "You want more than a ‘Chinese wall’ between your mortgage provider and your estate agent. It's imperative that your estate agent remains unaware of your budget in order to ensure that the best price is negotiated—or you could end up involved in a worse deal than you could otherwise have managed, and consequently have to deal with debt that is significantly larger than it should be."

This also extends to other situations. The Mortgage Bureau states that relying on professional advice can also help an individual negotiate better terms to repay their debts. A remortgage fulfils this purpose. The firm has helped thousands of clients negotiate better rates by requesting a new mortgage to pay off their previous one, using the same property as security.

This process allows them to switch from one mortgage provider to another, with more favourable interest rates and better terms, without taking out a second mortgage on the property. Masterson states, "If employed correctly, a remortgage can help you save thousands of pounds and pay off your debt in a more convenient matter. This is undoubtedly the best option if you find yourself struggling with the terms of your mortgage, for any reason. We understand just how much your situation can change from the moment you apply for a mortgage up until you find yourself struggling to pay it, so we are here to help you find a more suitable option."

The office's commitment to helping the community is attested to in many of their testimonials. For instance, Tony Willows states that they are, "Delighted with the service once more, having just moved house. We have been using The Mortgage Bureau for many years, and they always get the job done. They are independent of all lenders and are fast, efficient and friendly. Will continue to recommend you, and we'll be back. Thanks again, guys."

The company's website includes more information on the services that they provide, including a thorough description of what they entail. Interested parties are welcome to reach out to Andrew Masterson to follow up on any inquiries they may have. More information about the company can be found here:


For more information about The Mortgage Bureau Norwich, contact the company here:

The Mortgage Bureau Norwich
Andrew Masterson
01603 624623
The Mortgage Bureau
Cavell House & Austin House
Stannard Place
St Crispins Rd
United Kingdom

ReleaseID: 60032319

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