Our aim is to provide a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of disability, capability or technology. We work hard to ensure our web content remains accessible and user friendly for all.

Fonts

Text throughout this website can be enlarged or reduced to suit your preference.

For example:

Internet Explorer users – select View > Text Size > your preferred size.
Firefox users – select View > Text Size > Increaseor Decrease.
Safari users – select View > Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.

Style sheets

This site uses cascading style sheets for presentation. If your browser or internet device does not support style sheets, the use of semantic mark-up ensures that the content of each page is still readable and clearly structured.

You may also use your own styles to view this site, for example:

Internet Explorer – select Tools > Internet Options… > Accessibility….
Firefox users – select Tools > Options… > Content > Fonts & Colours.
Our print style sheet ensures all meaningful content will print clearly from each page and functional controls, such as menus have been removed.

Browser compatibility

The site is currently compatible with the following desktop browsers:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9+

and the latest version of:

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Apple Safari
  • Google Chrome

The site has been built using progressive enhancement, so content should be available to all browsers. However, you may experience issues with older versions of these browsers or other web browsers.

For more advice on your browser’s accessibility settings, please see the browser vendor’s help and support pages.

Handy Accessibility UK Advice & Articles

Whilst circumstances are going to differ from person to person, it definitely pays to discuss things with one of our mortgage and protection advisers. Here are a few general things to consider:...
Nobody likes to think about the worst happening to them or their family. At a time of loss, the last thing a family needs is the upset and stress of any financial...
IR35 is a bit of a head scratcher and with the new rules coming into force you will need to consider if IR35 applies to you. The new legislation aims to ensure...
What do John Terry, Paris Hilton, Kendall Jenner and Simon Cowell have in common? (Apart from being millionaires?!). Sadly, they have all had their homes broken into and their possessions stolen. We...
While most homeowners have a mortgage, many don’t realise that they could save money by remortgaging. Some mortgage interest rates have fallen below 1% in recent weeks and new mortgage products and...
One of the most common questions we get asked at the moment is about getting a mortgage if you have been furloughed. You may feel impacted or concerned but we are here...
You have probably seen the news but we wanted to let you know the property announcements detailed in the budget last week. Stamp Duty Holiday has been extended for 3 months! The...
Our prime consideration is the health and welfare of our gang and further to the Government directive we have now transferred all working members of Key Solutions to their home bases. We...
Statistics show that on average, people living in the UK will pay off their mortgage by the time they are 69, but do you know when your last payment will be? At...
When we say first time buyer, what comes into your head? We bet you’re thinking of someone in their early twenties who lives with Mum and Dad. Well, nowadays there’s no typical...
Yeah… you read that correctly. We are the BEST MORTGAGE BROKER IN THE UK! We were delighted to have been shortlisted for the Best Broker in the UK award at the MoneyAge...
The Help to Buy Scheme recently celebrated its 5th birthday this year!
No, it’s not elephants ruining your house, we just liked the picture!
  Imagine how good it would feel to be mortgage free? Pretty awesome right?