About Us

"Thank you for all your hard work on my behalf. I couldn't have done it without you"

Trisha
Moreton (Wirral)

"A great big thank you for helping me through the mortgage minefield. I really appreciate all you did and would definitely recommend you to my friends"

Janette
Liverpool

"Thank you so much for your help and for making the process so much easier"

Gaynor & John
Mold (N.Wales)

"I couldn't have asked for better support and advice"

Alex
Heswall (Wirral)

"Nothing ever seemed too much trouble to you and I was made to feel unique."

John
Liverpool

Liz Gerrard has had 15 years' experience in financial services, eight of which were spent as a building society branch manager. She became an independent mortgage adviser in 2002 and launched Elizabeth Gerrard Mortgages in 2007, offering a highly-professional service with the accent on top-class customer care.

Elizabeth Gerrard Mortgages has expanded and Liz is now a partner at APR Mortgage Solutions.


Click here to see the new APR Mortgage Solutions website


Her extensive knowledge of the Independent mortgage market enables her company to provide a service designed to meet clients' particular needs. There is a vast range of products from which to choose and Liz's aim is to make sure that with her help you make the right choice without the hassle of having to shop around yourself.

Liz's aim is to make sure that everything possible is done to make the going smooth and easy. For example, you don't have to go to the trouble of visiting her office - she will come and discuss your requirements in your own home at a time convenient to you, during the day or in the evening. It really is a truly personal service.

Elizabeth Gerrard Mortgages is based in Wirral and has clients throughout Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales and beyond. Much of her business comes from referrals by satisfied customers.

You, too, can be sure of a good deal and can be confident that you will receive expert guidance when taking those important financial decisions.

For mortgages we can be paid by commission, or a fee of usually £595.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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