Welcome To Zebra Solutions – Mortgage and Insurance Broker

(Established in 1999)

Richard Davis is the principal adviser of Zebra Solutions, a specialist mortgage and insurance broker based in Gloucestershire.

If you are looking to discuss a new mortgage, a re-mortgage or you would simply like to know if there are more suitable options available to you on the market, then Zebra Solutions can work with you to make sure you understand your options and then provide advice from a comprehensive range of products from across the market on how to move forward.

Zebra Solutions also offer a wide range of protection products, including life, critical illness, income and home insurance. They can advise on the most appropriate products for your needs, and take a look at what you may already have and make sure this is still suitable for your current situation.

As we get older, our priorities change and the financial provisions that were arranged years ago might no longer be appropriate for today’s needs, so making sure that you have the right kind of protection cover is crucial.

Mortgage Services

We Can Help With

✔ Home Movers
✔ First Time Buyers
✔ Buy To Let
✔ Re- Mortgages
✔ Later-life Lending

Insurance Services

We Can Help With

✔ Life Insurance
✔ Critical Illness Cover
✔ Mortgage Protection
✔ Income Protection
✔ Home Insurance

If you are looking to obtain a new mortgage, a re-mortgage or just mortgage advice in general, please do get in touch, as Zebra Solutions offers a confidential personal service tailored to your needs.

Zebra Solutions will be happy to talk with you about all aspects of protecting your family, your home and your lifestyle from those unexpected events that can be so devastating.

This firm usually charges a fee for mortgage advice. The amount of the fee will depend upon your circumstances and will be discussed and agreed with you at the earliest opportunity.




  • The guidance and/or advice contained within this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime and is therefore primarily targeted at consumers based in the UK.
  • The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate all Buy to Let mortgages.