Homeowner loans from 3.74% & Mortgages from 0.99%!
We have homeowner loan rates that start as low as 3.74% and mortgage rates from 0.99%. We are a broker and have access to more products and lenders than any individual bank can offer you.
Pure Financial Solutions specialise in sourcing and arranging homeowner loans. You can borrow between £3,000 and £1,000,000 over 3 to 25 years. They can be used for any legal reason ranging from home improvements to repaying a tax bill
If you are looking to just get on to a new fixed rate or raise some extra capital Pure Financial Solutions can search for a great deal for you and give you the same contact from day one until completion
RECENT CUSTOMER FEEDBACK
Amazing help & Professional Manner.
I just wanted to write you an email to thank you for your amazing help during our application for the secured loan. As always your professional manner in all our conversations helped make the whole process so easy. It is without doubt a real pleasure to deal with a person like yourself that just creates the atmosphere that we were dealing with a person that knows her stuff. We always felt at ease and this makes the decision making process easy.
Thank you Jess and Pure Financial Solutions
Mr & Mrs H
A changed life for me & my family!
Just a note to say thank you for all your help and understanding with my recent loan. It has changed life for myself and family so much for the better and we are well under way with the improvments.
Regards to all your very nice colleagues
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