Going out for dinner with friends is something that we all love. It takes the hassle out of cooking, cleaning up and food shopping – not to mention it always tastes better when someone else has made it!
Depending on the restaurant you go to, there are two types of menu you might get. There is the menu that comes with a list of only two or three choices for each course and then there is the menu that comes with more options for each course than you know what to do with.
Having a limited number of choices is great if what they have on offer is exactly what everyone wants and no one is awkward (there’s always one).
On the other hand, a menu with lots of options means a greater chance of finding something that everyone will like. The only problem can be that with so many options, there is a fair chance that someone at your table will see someone else’s food at the table beside you and pipe up with ‘I’ll have what she’s having!’
At Crawford Mulholland, we believe that having options provides more opportunities and the same idea can be applied to mortgages. No two people are the same and approaching mortgages with a one-size-fits-all attitude means that the choice you make will probably not be the best thing for you.
When you go to a bank to find a mortgage, the options they have are limited, for example they may only have 4 or 5 different products available. With limited, or often no advice, you are then left to make the biggest financial decision of your life.
When you come to Crawford Mulholland, we search throughout the mortgage market of banks and lenders, filtering hundreds of different options down to the very best ones available and tailored for you. We then talk you through the options and can offer advice on which option might be best suited to you. We treat each client uniquely and take into account individual circumstances and situations to help you make the right decision so that the only people saying ‘I’ll have what they’re having’ are your friends who haven’t yet been introduced to Crawford Mulholland.
Now, where are we eating dinner tonight?