West London: Mortgage broker MariannaFS gives first-time buyers a breather with fee-free mortgage advice

By Cesar Medina

8th Feb 2024 | Local News

Get free mortgage advice from west London brokers, MariannaFS (credit: MariannaFS & Tierra Mallorca/Unsplash).
Get free mortgage advice from west London brokers, MariannaFS (credit: MariannaFS & Tierra Mallorca/Unsplash).

West London based Mortgage broker, MariannaFS, is currently giving first-time buyers a helping hand, with free mortgage advice.

Homebuyers in the UK have been witnessing historic surges in mortgage rates over the last two years. By mid-July, the country witnessed the highest two-year fixed mortgage rates in fifteen years.

While the mortgage costs reduced gradually after the "mini-budget" crisis of 2022, they hit a new high in July 2023.

High interest rates have always concerned mortgage borrowers as they exert additional financial pressure on already expensive property purchases and high costs of living.

Amidst the crises, first-time buyers often find themselves lost in an attempt to get on the property ladder. Saving enough for deposit to make 5-10% of the purchase price is a big struggle.

Considering the need to guide first-time buyers as they embark on their journeys to become homeowners, MariannaFS gives them a breather, with fee-free mortgage broker services.

Comprising a team of skilled mortgage brokers and advisors based in Brentford, MariannaFS scans the whole of the market and gets mortgage deals that best suit their clients' circumstances.

As most first-time buyers are not aware of the nitty-gritty details of the market, MariannaFS guides them throughout the mortgage application process.

MariannaFS has helped existing and potential homebuyers across the UK in getting the best mortgage and remortgage deals.

The company hosts the best mortgage brokers covering Harrow, Hounslow, Slough, London and across the country.

Its independent mortgage broker will assess the financial circumstances and affordability of each client, look for the most suitable lenders in the market, and kickstart the application process without charging any broker fees.

MariannaFS provides customers with bespoke fee free mortgage advice to its clients (credit: MariannaFS & Erda Estremera/Unsplash).

The Brentford mortgage broker's dedication towards offering excellent customer service help them achieve five-star feedback on various platform including Google and Trustpilot.

MariannaFS' team help their clients about getting a decision in principle to full mortgage application, keeping them updated all the way to mortgage offer.

The company's services also extend to remortgages. If your current fixed term is coming to an end and you wish to switch lender or stay with the same, MariannaFS can help you with the process.

Marianna FS also helps homebuyer's remortgage even with bad credit by connecting them to specialised mortgage lenders in the market.

Milton Rodrigues, the founder of MariannaFS, believes that first-time buyers need personalised help and financial relief to take their first step onto the property ladder.

He says: "First-time buyers need skilled mortgage brokers and advisors to get the right mortgage deals suitable to their needs and circumstances.

"At MariannaFS, we do our best to make first property purchases as seamless as possible."

To find out more about MariannaFS and what it offers, visit its website here: https://mariannafs.co.uk/

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