Potteries Mortgage Desk, 68 King Street, Newcastle, ST5 1JB
T. 01782 615095-M. 07798 584572-E. don@potteriesmortgagedesk.co.uk
 
 



Why choose Potteries Mortgage Desk

Reasons to choose Potteries Mortgage Desk

* We are a leading whole of market independent mortgage broker based in the potteries.

* We have experience of how the mortgage market works and we understand our customer's needs.

* Our back office Conduct offer a custom built, modern, e-enabled sales process which will provide you with safety, security and piece of mind in a regulated environment.

* We have a dedicated team trained to help you through the mortgage and protection process from first enquiry through to completion.

* We will ensure that the principal of Treating Customers Fairly is embedded in our business activities.

* Putting customers at the heart of our business means that at every stage of the advice process, customers can expect an honest, transparent, efficient and professional service.

* We get to know our customers well through fact finds. We always consider individual needs and recommend solutions that are right and affordable to you, the customer.

* We keep detailed records of the priorities we identified. We use clear, consise, plain English to explain the risks and benefits associated to the products and Conduct we discuss.

* Should any of our customers have cause to complain then they can be assured that it will be dealt with swiftly and professionally.

* We know that unless we are fully committed to our customers we will not retain their loyalty and they are unlikely to recommend us to their friends and family.



 



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

Donald Nicely T/A Potteries Mortgage Desk is an appointed representative of First Complete, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

A broker fee of £342 will be charged on application.

Commercial, Conveyancing and in general Buy To Let mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.