How we work

Key Life’s service proposition is to provide solutions for Lending, Mortgages and Insurances to individuals and businesses, ensuring you have access to a wide and diverse range of tailored solutions.

We believe our clients do business with us because they know, like and TRUST us. So we live by that ethos too and take time to care and nurture our relationship by staying right beside you. Mutual Respect brings Mutual Reward.

Our personalised approach is perfect for you whether you are a first-time buyer, a SME, a high-net worth individual, or an investor with a professional portfolio that needs managing. We don’t operate a one-size fits all, we take the time to listen to your individual needs in order to provide a solution that is right for you.

And that’s not all; following a detailed consultation we Search, Select & Stay!

» SEARCH – we’ll thoroughly search for the best solutions the market has to offer based on your specific needs.

» SELECT – we’ll discuss the options available to you and based on this information, you can make the selection that best suits you.

» STAY – the applications, the paperwork, the due diligence is what most people find daunting and complicated.

We will stay with you throughout the process and beyond to ensure a hassle and headache-free process right till the end.

Key Life’s Service Proposition:

» Make the whole process of securing your mortgage or insurance as smooth and as straight forward as possible.
» Find the best lender or insurance provider to suit your individual circumstances.
» Explain the mortgage and protection options available.
» Provide ‘an advice and recommendation service’ for mortgages and protection.
» Update you on the progress of your application at each important stage.

Whether you are about to close a deal on a commercial property, move into your dream home, create or add to your property investment portfolio or simply want to protect your assets to ensure your loved ones are looked after, at Key Life Financial Services, we’ll make time for you.

As your mortgage is secured against your home or property, it could be repossessed if you do not keep up with the mortgage repayments.