Like all other brokers, we receive a payment from the lender when the mortgage completes. The difference is that unlike other mortgage brokers, we simply choose not to charge our customers a fee on top of this.

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How can we offer all this for free?

Like all other brokers, we receive a payment from the lender when the mortgage completes. The difference is that unlike other mortgage brokers, we simply choose not to charge our customers a fee on top of this.
It's an approach that's proved itself to work time and time again. In fact, we've won over 150 industry awards for our services since 2002.

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Score

Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a gauge many businesses use to measure customer satisfaction.

A Net Promoter Score greater than +50 for the banking / finance industry would be considered excellent * so we're really proud of our score.

* Source Satmetrix 2019

as at 31/12/2023

82
Net Promoter Score

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