Our lives are often too busy. It’s easy to put off the most important things because they aren’t pressing or urgent. Instead of planning for the future we want, we end up firefighting in a reality we don’t! Too many times, we neglect our health and out longer-term plans simply because it’s inconvenient. We’re all guilty to some extent or another.

Whether we’re looking to remortgage our homes, re-structure personal debt, write a will, or move home, the important things upon which all else depends has a habit of being delayed and postponed, simply because we can’t find time in our busy lives to start the ball rolling.

At Mortgage Required we understand. And that’s why we’ve been working on new ways to make getting advice from us easier, less time-consuming and painless. If you can’t come to us we can quickly set up video and/or phone consultation. We can complete forms side-by-side, using shared screen video conferencing technology, send and receive files and scanned documents and agree on a course of action in minutes over secure, free-to-access video calls.

All you need is a smartphone, tablet or PC and a wifi/internet connection. Using our online conferencing facilities we can chat with you at a time convenient to you. We’ll help you through the entire process from start to finish, leaving you with more time to do the things that interest you!

Click here to book an appointment with one of our mortgage or protection advisers now.

Download our Free First Time Buyers Guide

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

There will be no fee for Mortgage Advice. There may be a fee for arranging a mortgage. The precise amount will depend upon your circumstances, but we estimate it to be between £399 and £599.

Mortgage Required Ltd, Finance House, 5 Bath Road, Maidenhead, SL6 4AQ is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority reference 573718 at www.fca.org.uk.

The Financial Ombudsman Service is an agency for arbitrating on unresolved complaints between regulated firms and their clients. More detail can be found on their website: www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk