Applying for a Mortgage is a daunting experience. Avoid the need to visit your bank / building society. We are qualified & expert in arranging mortgages on the best possible terms in a relaxing & friendly environment. Why else would our clients keep coming back?
Join them them by asking for an initial no obligation meeting.
Finding the Right Mortgage
At Chris French, we understand that selecting the right mortgage plan can be immensely stressful. As independent mortgage specialists, we have access to a wide range of lenders and together we put in our best efforts to help you choose the perfect mortgage.
As intermediaries, we have updates on the latest products and criteria.
Whether you are contemplating moving home, want a remortgage, simply want a new deal or looking at Buy to Let options, we are here to help you.
Why Choose Us
- Access to a wide range lenders including high street banks and building societies.
- We have access to exclusive products and schemes
- Free no obligation initial mortgage consultation
- We undertake all the paperwork and liaise between clients and lenders.
- Competitive arrangement fee*.
For more details about our mortgage services, simply ring or email.
We are conveniently located in Herne Bay High Street.
Contact us for a free mortgage consultation.
We serve not only Herne Bay but the surrounding towns of Whitstable, Faversham and Canterbury.
Mortgages are secured on your home. You could lose your home if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage.
*We do not charge upfront fees although we do typically charge £300 when the mortgage completes.
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Chris French Ltd is registered in England.
Registered No 11106904.
139 High Street,
Kent CT6 5NG.
Chris French is an Appointed Representative of Rickard Lazenby Financial Services Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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