Money Matters have been established over 10 years with a combined 30 years experience in the industry. We have built an excellent reputation for providing mortgage and financial solutions across the country.
We mainly work with residential and commercial clients and ensure that we provide the solution that best suits your needs.
We understand why many people still believe that sticking to the safety of bank and building society deposit accounts is the right thing to do. In reality with deposit accounts at a bank or building society the return after tax will often be less than inflation so your money is going down in value.
Money Matters can help!
We have almost 30 years experience of helping people either buy or remortgage their home. We are specialists in arranging mortgages for First Time Buyers, people moving home, 'Buy or Let' mortgages and remortgages. Our Mortgage service includes a full whole of market comparison of products via state of the art software which is constantly updated via an online link.
We can can arrange all associated insurance for which we also search the whole of the market for the most suitable product. We also have an extensive panel of Solicitors to recommend.
A large proportion of people have one or more frozen/preserved pension plans which more often than not have been neglected and people don't generally know what to do with them. Money Matters has invested in sophisticated computer software which enables us to analyse existing pension schemes and provide comprehensive reports to help give some direction and clarity to your retirement planning.
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