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Welcome to Axiom - Thinking Finance


Do you need help finding a highly qualified, professional adviser?

Arranging a mortgage can seem difficult, but by combining sophisticated technology with human expertise, we can quickly identify and arrange a mortgage that best fits your requirements. No jargon or unnecessary formality, just honest straightforward advice. This is why all our business is derived from the kind referrals and introductions of our exisiting clients and business relationships.

A MORTGAGE IS A LOAN SECURED AGAINT YOU HOME. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE OR ANY OTHER DEBT SECURED ON IT.

Axiom is NOT a high volume operation. Whether you are a first time purchaser or a property professional, we specialise in long term client relationships that emphasise service, honesty and value. 

As a specialist mortgage and protection insurance broker, all of our advisers are appropriately qualified and have many years of experience. We provide you with all the necessary information in a clear, easily understandable manner so that you can appreciate your options and can confidently rely on our expert advice and recommendations.

Axiom profoundly understands the modern UK property market, and how to manage a finance application to a successful completion. Our service is more than an encyclopedic knowledge of lending rates and criteria. We live and breathe property with all of the highs and lows that accompany it. Let our experience safely guide you through your property purchase or refinance.

There is NO charge for an initial consultation. Call us, use the mortgage enquiry form or just email us. We would love to hear from you.

As appropriately qualified CII DipPFS and Cert CII (MP) advisers, you know you will receive professional advice you can trust.

Where are we based?

Our business is primarily based in London and the South East. However, in reality, we have a spread of clients right across England, Scotland and Wales.

We understand that our clients' needs vary. While some value a face to face meeting, many others find that a combination of telephone and email delivers a more convenient experience for their busy schedules. So, whether by telephone, by email, face to face, or by a combination of all of these, we aim to deliver a convenient and effective service that is tailored to your requirements. Simply get in touch to see how Axiom can deliver the right experience for you.

Testimonials

"Very transparent... Like a family member giving advice... Really helpful and clear..." Mr C.

"Everything explained in detail in a very clear manner... Always prompt to reply... Chris is extremely courteous and friendly. Very pleasant to deal with." Mr R.

"This is the first time we have worked with Chris Newman, but he was great!" Miss R.

"Top all round service, once again!!" Mr & Mrs H.

"Fantastic service; Tailored advice; Clear explanations; Full review of all options; Proactive service; Believe Chris acts in our best interests." Mrs & Mrs L.

"'I would recommend my adviser to a friend?' Without a doubt!" Mr & Mrs V H.

"Chris - It's been a pleasure dealing with you to purchase our first home. Thank you for making the process as pain free as possible." Mrs & Mrs K.

"'My adviser was easy to contact and available to help me with queries when required?' Very impressed!" Mr & Mrs V.

Personal Finance

British households are the most upbeat about their finances since early 2015, buoyed by near-record employment, but the approach of Brexit and concerns about inflation are making them worry more about the future, a survey showed on Monday.
Growth in British services companies slowed in July by more than expected, raising further questions about the Bank of England's decision to raise interest rates before Brexit, a survey showed on Friday.
Customers of Royal Bank of Scotland's NatWest brand complained on Twitter on Thursday that they were unable to make debit card payments, with their cards being repeatedly declined.
The Bank of England pushed interest rates above their financial crisis lows on Thursday, but signalled it was in no hurry to raise them further as Britain heads for Brexit next year with no clear plan for leaving the European Union.
The Bank of England raised interest rates on Thursday to 0.75 percent, their highest level since the financial crisis.