About Step-Up Finance
High Quality, Unbiased Insight And Guidance – For Over Two Decades
Imparting a depth of knowledge and experience
Reliably taking people from confusion, to understanding
No looped music or automated menu – Flexible office hours.
Attention is given to the customer staying in control.
Everyone has a story to tell….
We’re not Corporate, we’re Independent.
Starting out as a Chartered Builder, CIOB, then spending 10 years as an Independent IFA, Step-Up Finance was formed in 2004 to focus on business and property.
Customers come to us, usually but not necessarily, from the UK and, as we’re all busy people, we take great pride in building bridges across gaps of information. Independent – A personalized quality service for business owners, self-employed, directors and people wanting a level playing field when considering solutions for business needs and property purchase or refinance. A finance Consultant/Intermediary that doesn’t distort information.
How things have changed in the couple of decades since SUF’s beginnings… What hasn’t changed is the customer who wants to maximize their options with effective advice, and the customer who doesn’t want to waste time, money or trip up. So, whilst business, finance, property and technology landscapes have changed, focus on constructing an efficient service with our customer at the core has stood the test of time.
Providing information for effective decision making.
- Information Exchange 100%
- Information Analysis 100%
- Guidance 100%
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Step-Up Finance is Authorized and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for the conduct of Regulated Residential and Business Mortgage Contracts, Non-Investment Life and General Insurance Business
Financial Services Register: 303044 – Data Protection Register (ICO): Z4997922
The Guidance and/or information contained within this website is subject to UK Regulatory regime and is therefore primarily for the benefit of consumers based in the UK. Please be aware that property ownership is at risk if you fail to maintain payments on mortgages or loans that are secured upon it.