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New Mortgage Solutions and First Complete Ltd will process all information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and it will be treated as private and confidential now and in the future. The only exceptions to this will be when the law requires us to disclose information or, with your consent, where disclosure is necessary when arranging or servicing your mortgage or protection contracts.

To fulfil our regulatory obligations, we will retain copies of your records for no longer than is necessary or for the duration of any contract you may enter into. You have the right to inspect these records at any time.

Our Future Relationship

Our ongoing business relationship with you is important and we would like to be able to contact you by telephone, post or email from time to time to review your mortgage and associated protection product arrangements and introduce other services that may be of interest to you from ourselves or our associated companies.

To fulfil our regulatory obligations, we will retain copies of your records for no longer than is necessary or for the duration of any contract you may enter into. You have the right to inspect these records at any time.

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8 out of 10 people feel positive about buying a new home*

4th May 2017

A recent survey conducted by Tesco and YouGov (Jan 2017) has shown that 8 out of 10 people who intend to buy a home in the next 6 months feel positive about it. Despite concerns over Brexit and financial instability, the majority of homebuyers haven’t lost their confidence in finding the house that is right […]

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5th August 2016

The Bank of England has halved its benchmark lending rate from 0.5 per cent to a record low 0.25 per cent. So just how will that affect mortgages? In a nutshell: Tracker mortgages (If tracking against Bank of England base rate) Approximately 1.5 million homes  are on tracker mortgages (according to CML, Aug 2016) and […]

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