Equity Release & Mortgage Specialists
Based in Eastbourne, working throughout Sussex
Robbins Financial aims to build a business based on three key foundations:
- Excellent service
- Competitive products
Equity Release Schemes
Equity Release can play a crucial role in retirement funding.
On average, people are living longer than ever before and regularly spend 20 years or more in retirement. This should be a time to reap the rewards of a lifetimes work and turn minds to more enjoyable events. This could include spending more time with children & grandchildren, going on holidays, a new car, caravan or holiday home. Maybe your home is in need of repair or improvement and you just haven’t got the capital to invest. Perhaps you just need a top up of funds in order to finance the purchase of your “forever home”.
Getting a mortgage
There are numerous situations where potential mortgage customers don’t fit the standard criteria of most lenders. You may be self-employed and have only one-year’s accounts. You may have a less than perfect credit history. You may think you are too old for a mortgage. You may not have saved a deposit. You need not despair, as we can usually find a lender in the market who can help when all that’s needed is a reasonable personal assessment rather than a box ticking exercise.
At Robbins Financial we do the hard work, so you don’t have to.
We have access to a comprehensive range of mortgages from across the market, as well as equity release and insurance products, which means that we can find a deal that best suits your needs. Securing the right mortgage on your own can often be a minefield. So, in an already complicated world, why make things even more difficult?
Give Robbins Financial a call to discuss your options.
There will be a Fee for arranging your Equity Release and the Fee amount will depend on the type of Equity Release you are arranging.
The agreed Fee is payable on Completion. This is a lifetime mortgage. To understand the features and risks ask for a personalised Illustration.
There will be a Fee for arranging your Mortgage and the Fee amount will depend on the type of Mortgage you are arranging.
The agreed Fee is payable on Application. Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.