Mortgage & Protection Advice
Kirkham Financial offer impartial mortgage & protection advice.
The advice offered is not restricted to Kirkham properties and this service can be used if you are buying through any other estate agents, private sale or from a family member.
Our advice is totally independent and we will source all available deals from all lenders to find the most suitable product for you. This could be for your first home, moving home, investing in property or remortgaging.
We can also advise you on various insurance products to protect your home and family.
We offer a full and comprehensive range of mortgages from across the market. This enables us to offer you a totally tailored solution that is unbiased and perfectly suited to your needs and circumstances. Our dedicated mortgage advisors will help you every step of the way, ensuring you get not only the best deal now, but the best deal for your long term future too. As our advisors deal with mortgages on a daily basis, we can also suggest the most efficient providers for your circumstances, saving you time and money. Our team can also provide guidance and advice on associated products such as life insurance, mortgage payment protection and even buildings and contents insurance, helping to make the process smooth, hassle free and much more enjoyable!
Income protection is a great way of securing total peace of mind should you ever fall ill or, for whatever reason, be unable to work for any extended period of time. Whilst most hope this situation would never happen to them, it does happen to people every day, with them often struggling to cover their monthly bills and costs of living. Kirkham Financial have helped manage income protection plans for a wide range of our clients, helping many navigate through the more difficult times when a permanent income is difficult to secure. Our plans are provided from insurers for life, and cover critical illness and income protection plans. Contact our Mortgage and Protection Advisers today on 0161 925 3750 or email us at [email protected]
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.