The Mortgage Shop Crumlin
Speak to our advisers in Crumlin to make an enquiry or book an appointment. Contact details are below or click here for directions.
Mortgage and Protection Adviser
Stephen has 7 Years’ experience in the Financial Services Industry having recently joined the Mortgage Shop in Jan 2018 from Lloyds Banking Group. Whether buying your first home, re-locating or reviewing your existing mortgage, the process of shopping for a mortgage can sometimes be complicated and confusing, so Stephen promises to help you make a responsible financial decision, providing expert advice, guidance and ensuring the process is made as easy and smooth as possible from start to finish.
“My partner and I went to see Stephen when he was recommended to us by our estate agent. We had just moved out of our rented house, we didn’t think for a second we could get a mortgage as we did not have the chance to save for a deposit. Once we met with Stephen he put us both at ease with his down to earth attitude and extensive knowledges of mortgages and lenders, he explained to us the possibility of Co-ownership. After weeks of hard work and multiple hurdles from both the bank and co-ownership we finally were approved and are due to move in to our house in June 2018. Anytime I called, emailed or asked anything from Stephen he responded quickly with great manners and patience. Without Stephen’s hard work we wouldn’t even know about co-ownership. I couldn’t recommend him highly enough to anyone, he is a professional and a credit to the company.”
Please feel free to give us a call on 028 9442 3291 for any questions or queries you might have, we’re always happy to help.
The Mortgage Shop (NI) Limited undertakes credit broking and is not a lender. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. Typically we do not charge a fee for mortgage advice, however if we do, depending on your circumstances, it will be a maximum of £250. You may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you remortgage.