Meet Sarah and James, a young couple with big dreams of homeownership. They embarked on their mortgage journey with NEST Mortgage and Financial Solutions, not quite believing that they could make their dream of owning a home a reality.
Sarah and James had never considered purchasing a property as their first venture into the housing market. Their vision was clear: a brand-new, move-in-ready home that wouldn't require extensive renovations due to their limited budget.
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What Sarah and James didn't know was that purchasing a new build property with as little as a 5% deposit was within their reach, even without relying on any government schemes. Surprise! You can!
During the mortgage process, NEST's dedicated adviser monitored market rates and changes closely. This vigilance paid off as they managed to replace the product on the case without affecting the application or credit score.
22nd July 2023First ContactThrough an existing clients’ recommendation
12th August 2023Application in Principal Accepted
17th August 2023Offer Acceptedon the new build property
18th August 2023Full Mortgage Application submitted
22nd August 2023Mortgage Offer issued
1st November 2023Contracts exchanged
8th November 2023Completion
What happened next...
Sarah and James enjoyed a monthly saving of over £70, thanks to a lower interest rate. This financial relief allowed them to secure better protection policies, creating a win-win situation.
How we can help you
Sarah and James' story is a testament to the dedication and expertise of NEST Financial Services. We're not just here to facilitate mortgages; we're here to help you turn your dreams into homeownership realities.
Are you ready to start your own homeownership journey? Contact us today to explore your options. Give us a call on 01202 090 008, and let's explore how we can help secure your financial future. At NEST, we're here to guide you every step of the way.
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