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    Hey guys.

    I know a lot of you praise the services of a few of the popular mortgage advisors who charge a fee. I had a fee free one lined up but they have now started to charge a fee, it seems they will still take a fee from the lender and now charge a fee to me. Can any of you suggest a fee free mortgage advisor please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelator1969 View Post
    Hey guys.

    I know a lot of you praise the services of a few of the popular mortgage advisors who charge a fee. I had a fee free one lined up but they have now started to charge a fee, it seems they will still take a fee from the lender and now charge a fee to me. Can any of you suggest a fee free mortgage advisor please.
    So you want advice from a mortgage advisor but you don't want to have to pay for it?
    How are you expecting them to make their money?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    So you want advice from a mortgage advisor but you don't want to have to pay for it?
    How are you expecting them to make their money?
    I dont want advice i want them to apply for a mortgage on my behalf. I would do it myself but some people like the Halifax cant be contacted directly.

    If you read my post you will see they get a fee from the lender. Now back to the original question please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelator1969 View Post
    Hey guys.

    I know a lot of you praise the services of a few of the popular mortgage advisors who charge a fee. I had a fee free one lined up but they have now started to charge a fee, it seems they will still take a fee from the lender and now charge a fee to me. Can any of you suggest a fee free mortgage advisor please.
    My free provider also charges a few, I think the rules changed a while back and it's now the norm to stop free advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolCat View Post
    London & Country Mortgages
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    Many thanks ill have a look at their site. Do they do contractor mortgages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSharp View Post
    My free provider also charges a few, I think the rules changed a while back and it's now the norm to stop free advice.
    Thanks for your reply. I hope there are still some who are fee free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelator1969 View Post
    Thanks for your reply. I hope there are still some who are fee free.
    not for long.
    Pension advice is no longer 'free' as the hidden fees were enormous.
    The point of paying a fee is you know what the fee is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by revelator1969 View Post
    I dont want advice i want them to apply for a mortgage on my behalf. I would do it myself but some people like the Halifax cant be contacted directly.

    If you read my post you will see they get a fee from the lender. Now back to the original question please.
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    My free provider also charges a few, I think the rules changed a while back and it's now the norm to stop free advice.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    not for long.
    Pension advice is no longer 'free' as the hidden fees were enormous.
    The point of paying a fee is you know what the fee is.
    It is standard that they charge you a fee - then you can see how much they are charging, nothing is hidden from you. Stops them from being able to rip you off. But you don’t seem to want that.
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