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    • MSE Moa
    • By MSE Moa 15th Jan 19, 3:02 PM
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    Trinity Financial
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    • 15th Jan 19, 3:02 PM
    Trinity Financial 15th Jan 19 at 3:02 PM
    Hi,

    This is a feedback thread for mortgage broker:

    Trinity Financial


    Please share your experience with other MoneySavers. Click reply to take part:

    - Was completing the online form easy (and quick)?
    - Were you happy with the results returned?
    - Was the process from start to finish smooth, or did you experience problems?

    The feedback comes as part of the Cheap Mortgage Finding guide.

    Thank you,

    MSE Moa
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    • Esmondo
    • By Esmondo 12th Feb 19, 7:35 AM
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    • 12th Feb 19, 7:35 AM
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    • 12th Feb 19, 7:35 AM
    I can't praise Trinity highly enough! I've moved a few times now and just wish I'd known about them already. After wasting a few weeks of my life with L&C, only to be told that no lender would give me a mortgage in my situation, I went onto the Trinity page and used the online chat feature to briefly explain my circumstances. Within seconds, a chap called Oliver had asked when was a good time to chat - when we spoke he was reassuring and helpful, explained everything, and was confident that getting a mortgage would not be a problem. That was on Wednesday evening - by first thing the following Monday, I had a mortgage offer, from Halifax (not even a specialist high-rate lender), at a lower rate than the one L&C claimed to have tried to get me! Every single step of this process was made easy and simple by Oliver and his team, and next time I need a mortgage I'm going straight to Trinity!
    • Enobarbus3
    • By Enobarbus3 18th Jun 19, 2:33 PM
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    • 18th Jun 19, 2:33 PM
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    • 18th Jun 19, 2:33 PM
    I echo the post above. You will find an earlier diatribe from me about my awful experience with Habito. I persevered and contacted Trinity. What a revelation. I can't praise Sophie Roe of Trinity highly enough. Smart, engaged, and an excellent communicator. She guided me through the forms and process, quickly answered questions and queries and then came up with a better way to source a mortgage that matched our needs and budget. The first application was successful demonstrating that she understood our brief and her market. If she is an example of Trinity then they are a great company but I advise you to call and ask for Sophie.
    • SouthLondonUser
    • By SouthLondonUser 19th Jun 19, 2:50 PM
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    • 19th Jun 19, 2:50 PM
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    • 19th Jun 19, 2:50 PM
    Can't praise them enough.

    They were recommended by a friend. I used them for one remortgage and will be using them again.

    I knew I'd sell in less than 2 years so I wanted a tracker with no early repayment charges. The L&C person I was speaking to didn't understand that i was looking at the cost (upfront fees + interest) over that time period - he kept talking about the APR, which was totally meaningless. Anthony at Trinity was very efficient in sorting everything out. To be fair, my situation was very straightforward, but the fact that Trinity handled everything was a big help. I had actually first approached the lender (HSBC) directly, but they insisted for me and my partner to show up in person at a branch at the same time, Mon to Fri only, which would have been impossible as we work far from each other and I wasn't going to take time off work for this. Note for HSBC: if you sorted out your internal bureaucracy, you'd pay less fees to brokers!

    I also recommended them to an acquaintance.

    And, thinking of my next purchase (probably after Brexit, we'll see) they have given me quotes for products (part-interest, part-repayment) from Barclays and Santander which, as far as I can see, are available only through brokers.
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