Buying a home may be the single most important financial commitment we will ever make and with the very wide variety of mortgage products on offer, it can be a confusing and stressful time for even the least faint-hearted!

We offer mortgages from a wide selection of mortgage providers and will only advise and make a recommendation once we have assessed your needs, be it for a new house purchase or a remortgage of your existing home.

If you need advice, our experienced mortgage advisors and administrators will be pleased to help you.

  • Residential Mortgages
  • Remortgages
  • “Help-To-Buy”
  • “Rent-To-Buy”
  • “Buy-To-Let”
  • Equity Release *
  • Commercial Mortgages (by referral only)
  • Lifetime Mortgages **

There may be a fee charged for mortgage advice.  You will receive a key facts illustration when considering a particular mortgage which will tell you about any fees relating to it, which will be Β£500 for residential mortgages and typically 0.5% of the loan amount for Business and Consumer Buy to Let mortgages.  The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate commercial mortgages and some Buy to Let mortgages.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

* Equity Release will reduce the value of your estate and can affect your eligibility for means tested benefits.

** This is a lifetime mortgage. To understand the features and risks, please ask for a personalised illustration.

Complaints

If you are unhappy with our service

If you have a complaint about your adviser, or any financial advice you have received from your adviser, please contact the complaints team at Lyncombe Consultants Ltd:

Complaints Officer

Lyncombe Consultants Ltd

Brookdale Centre

Manchester Road

Knutsford

Cheshire

WA16 0SR

Email: complaints@adviserservices.co.uk

Tel: 01565 658840

who will investigate the matter. We have a complaints policy which is available upon request

If you cannot settle your complaint with us, you may be entitled to refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service