Mortgage Advice: Stefan Olingschlaeger is our mortgage & protection specialist and has over 16 years’ experience within financial services and providing mortgage advice. Cemap & Cefap qualified, Stefan previously worked as a personal banker, a financial consultant & now uses his financial experience & expertise to focus on mortgages and protection.
Mortgage Advice – look no further
IEP Financial has an in-house independent mortgage adviser based in Brighton Hove, who will work closely with you to secure the best deal across the whole market.
If you would like a meeting with Stefan or simply have an initial telephone call to understand your mortgage & protection options, please contact 01273 208813 or email Stefan.Olingschlaeger@iepfinancial.co.uk Alternatively complete the form on the right hand side and we will contact you shortly.
Buying a house is normally your single biggest financial commitment and making the right decision will save you money. However, before you can purchase a house you first need to achieve a mortgage offer.
Mortgage lenders will use an affordability calculator that will factor in your income and outgoings. Any other credit commitments will reduce the amount they will be prepared to lend.
The role of our in-house mortgage adviser is to help you to identify the lender who is most likely to agree to lend you the required amount you need. This is based on your personal and financial circumstances.
Since the launch of The Mortgage Market Review back in April 2014. Also the recent Mortgage Credit Directive from March 2016, the process has become much stricter.
The main consideration when choosing a mortgage is whether to choose a fixed rate or variable rate. A fixed rate will remain the same for an agreed length of time i.e. a five year fixed rate will have the same monthly payments for five years, before being reverted to the lender’s variable rate. This might be ideal for a family seeking financial stability but may be inflexible for someone looking to sell their house in two years.
Payments on a variable rate mortgage fluctuate depending on the level of interest rates. This is generally linked to the Bank of England Base Rate. If the interest rate goes up, so do the payments on a variable rate mortgage; similarly, if the Bank of England announce a drop in the interest rate your monthly mortgage payment will go down too. Variable rate mortgage can give you lower initial payments, but have the scope to cost more if interest rates go up.
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Why use our in-house mortgage advice?
Unlike some of the banks and other lenders which are limited Stefan has access to the look throughout the market and is able to find the most suitable mortgage just for you.
Mortgage Advice – For a no-obligation meeting with our Hove based mortgage adviser Stefan Olingschlaeger, face to face or over the phone
Mortgage Advice Brighton – IEP Financial is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Please note that not all mortgages are regulated by the FCA.