Have you decided to move house in 2017? 

Mortgage Rate Alert – rates from 0.98%
Don’t waste time Christmas Shopping – Re-Mortgage! 
That was the message from The Times in a recent article highlighting that some of the very best re-mortgage deals are being withdrawn and higher rates will probably follow in the New Year.  Fixed rates show signs of moving up from their all time lows.
So, if you have been in your house for more than a couple of years, are paying standard variable rate  or are coming towards the end of a fixed rate – ACT NOW!
Trigg & Co have some great mortgage deals on offer via our arrangement with the UK’s largest NO-FEE mortgage broker.  So you can get the very best deal out there on the market and not pay a brokerage fee.
So while shopping for those all important presents, why not treat yourself to a great money saving opportunity.  Hurry, the current deals won’t be around for long.
Call Trigg & Co on 01983 525710 and we will arrange for you to have a no-obligation, telephone review with a professional qualified broker completely free of charge at a time that suits you.
Mince Pies, Free Gifts & More…..
Believe it or not, Christmas and the New Year is a very busy time for house hunting – it’s when new year/new house searches begin, often using that new Xmas laptop or tablet.
So, there is still time to catch that surfing wave- give us a call and we have you on Rightmove for Xmas day.
Plus free floor plan, free EPC and free professional photography if you instruct us before the end of December.



Contact Us at Christmas
We like our Christmas Dinner like everyone else, but unlike our competitors, you can contact us right over the Xmas break – give us a call, use the Live Chat service on our website or send us an email.
Our office will be open between Christmas and New Year – and our landlords have the re-assurance of knowing that they can use our My-Property file service to get in touch.  Our tenants can also use this to report any problems over the festive break – making sure our landlord clients really do get a peaceful Xmas break.
Have a Great Christmas!
Keith Trigg