After you make an enquiry with 3 Counties Mortgage Services Ltd and assuming we can help, we will arrange a convenient time to carry out an initial consultation. This involves discussing your current circumstances and future plans in more detail so that we can fully understand your needs.
Initial consultations are free of charge with no obligation and are available to you wherever you live in the UK.
After your initial consultation, your personal Mortgage Adviser will research the market on your behalf and use competitive products to create a solution tailored to your needs.
Your adviser will then explain each solution recommended so that you fully understand the costs, fees, features, benefits, risks, restrictions and how each product meets your needs.
If you are happy to proceed, the processing team will complete any applications on your behalf, liaise with product providers (as well as other professionals such as Estate Agents, Solicitors and Accountants) and keep you regularly updated until your solution is delivered.
The process doesn’t stop there. Through our commitment to Treating Customers Fairly, our Review & Renew Policy will ensure that we regularly review your arrangements at appropriate times so that they remain competitive and suitable to your needs.
Please contact us with an enquiry that you may have. All initial consultations are free of charge with no obligation and we are always happy to help.
Call us on 0800 024 6180 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
3 Counties Mortgage Services Limited is an appointed representative of The Right Mortgage Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 3 Counties Mortgage Services limited is registered in England No 04634675, registered address 46-48 Rothesay Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 1QZ
The guidance and/or advice contained within this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime and is therefore targeted at consumers based in the UK.
Think carefully about securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other debt secured on it.