Ashley Jones

Ashley Jones

Role: Consultant Mortgage Broker
As part of our buy to let team, Ashley advises on a range of scenarios; from those looking to purchase their first buy to let property, to large portfolio landlords looking to refinance. He is also experienced in advising on residential mortgage transactions.

Qualifications:
CeMap
ER1 Equity Release
R05 Financial Protection
Sport and Exercise Science (BSc)

Experience:
Ashley joined us from NatWest where he spent seven years working within the retail banking and mortgage team. During his time at NatWest, Ashley worked as a sales consultant, mortgage adviser and branch manager. Prior to joining the financial services industry, Ashley studied Sport and Exercise Science at University.

Interests:
Outside of work you will often find Ashley taking in part in charity running events, at a sporting event or just being outdoors. He is a big fan of cricket, football, rugby union and rugby league. Another interest of Ashley’s is studying the history of World War I & II.
Favourite Film/Album: U2 - The Joshua Tree

Testimonials: 

"The complete service I received was very professional. I have recommended your company to several friends" L.Rees. Essex

"A good transparent service and always replied promptly to emails"
 A.Tilley. Hampshire

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  • Buy to Let Mortgages: Cost Vs Time



    In an ideal world, every landlord would be able to go with their cheapest available buy to let mortgage rate; however, sometimes time isn’t necessarily on your side. Consultant Mortgage Broker, Ashley Jones, explains when you may need to consider more than just costs.

  • Joint Borrower Sole Proprietor Mortgages



    With house prices at an all-time high and still climbing, many first-time buyers and home-movers are looking for ways for help with mortgage affordability so they can purchase the home they want. Ashley Jones explains how a Joint Borrower, Sole Proprietor mortgage could help you.

  • How to get a mortgage if you’re self-employed



    It’s a myth that it’s very hard to get a mortgage if you’re self-employed. It’s not! In fact, it’s very straightforward, although there are a few things you can do to improve your chances of getting a mortgage offer.

NB: ANY PROPERTY USED AS SECURITY, WHICH MAY INCLUDE YOUR HOME, MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

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