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When you are considering buying a new home it is very important to get the most reliable, independent financial advice available.

Walker Group is pleased to recommend Peter Bruce of Clark Gillone as our trusted mortgage advisor.

Whether you are a first time buyer, considering selling your existing home to move, or simply wishing to review your existing mortgage arrangement to establish if you can make savings, Peter can undertake a confidential and impartial review of your mortgage and other financial arrangements and provide you with the solutions that suit you.

Using the most up-to-date computer-based mortgage sourcing system, which gives access to all mortgage schemes available, Peter will select the mortgage products currently on the market that best suit your circumstances.

Peter provides the following key benefits:

• Unbiased advice
• A comprehensive choice of mortgage products, including those from all high street lenders
• Immediate advice on the cost of monthly repayments
• Exclusive mortgage rates and products
• Mortgages available with as little as a 5% deposit
• All paperwork and processing of mortgage undertaken, including Help to Buy
• Available seven days a week

Peter’s company, Clark Gillone, holds the prestigious title of Chartered Financial Planners. There are very few such organisations in the UK and the company is proud to be the largest independent firm in Scotland to have been awarded this status. It is a clear indication of its commitment to professionalism and to ensuring that all its advisers are suitably trained and qualified in their given areas of responsibility.

To get in touch with Peter, e-mail
pbruce@clarkgillone.co.uk or call 07980 213 133.

First Home Fund

Good news for first time buyers looking to make a move this year. The Scottish Government has launched a new First Home Fund designed to provide up to £25,000 towards the cost of a new home. Full details on the incentive, which only requires a 3% deposit and an agreed mortgage of at least 25%, are available here.