Welcome to Blackbrook Financial Services Ltd

Blackbrook Financial Services Ltd were formed in 2014.  The Practice Principal has many years experience working in the financial services industry and has gained a high reputation for his in-depth knowledge, client empathy and efficient service.  

We provide guidance and expertise in all aspects of the house buying process including buying your main residence, second homes, buy to lets or holiday homes. We have specialist knowledge in the new build area of the mortgage market having links with several local builders. We have helped many buyers purchase their homes utilising the Government Help to Buy scheme. Along with the mortgage advice we are able to offer from a comprehensive range of lenders, we have vast experience in protecting the largest purchase in many of our clients lives, through Life Assurance, Critical Illness cover, Income Protection and Building and Contents Insurance.  

We also pride ourselves in the Pension and Investment advice we are able to offer.  We have a wide range of pension and investment options available no matter what your circumstances or level of wealth. Whether you are a first time investor looking to set up an ISA, or a high net worth individual looking for discretionary fund management, we can help.  

We believe that regular face to face advice is important in order to build long-term relationships with our clients to ensure their financial needs are achieved throughout their lives. Regular reviews will ensure that we fine tune our recommendations to keep pace with their ever changing needs.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) does not regulate some forms of mortgage

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