Like many businesses, Mortgage Plus is adapting to worldwide changes. At Mortgage Plus we are continuing to monitor the ongoing situation regarding the outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19) within the UK.
The health and safety of our clients and staff remains our number one priority and we will continue to adhere to the official government advice so that we’re able to keep serving our clients in the best way we can.
As a business we have invested heavily in technology and infrastructure in recent years, and this has made the business more robust and adaptable when faced with disruption.
Having made these investments, our staff are equipped to operate from multiple locations and are not reliant on being in the office.
We will continue to provide you with our usual professional level of service and a business as usual approach.
The current guidance from the government is that everyone should avoid any unnecessary contact with other people.
As a result, we have taken the following actions:
- Our offices will be closed from Monday 23rd March until further notice.
- Our staff will continue to work from home
- Client Appointments can be conducted over the phone as well as Skype/FaceTime etc
- Documents can be provided to us via online upload and or secure email
We also understand that you may have questions and concerns around the financial impact of Coronavirus whether that’s how you are going to manage financially to pay your mortgage and other bills through a prolonged shut down, or indeed the financial consequences of becoming ill with the virus itself and the many possible outcomes it may lead to.
We will updating this page regularly with the latest news and advice from the Government, Mortgage Lenders and Insurance Providers which will hopefully help answer some of those questions. However if you have any specific concerns please do not hesitate to get in touch
We are committed to continuing to help our clients throughout the current crisis and look forward to seeing you all in the flesh again soon.
Stewart Pitt – Co-Founder