The Swindon branch of Mortgage Advice Bureau has established itself as one of the group’s leading franchises, just two years after it opened.
Between November 2014 and the branch’s second anniversary in January 2015, the number of mortgages taken out in the region increased by 32 per cent. Lower interest rates were a key factor in the increase – figures show they have nearly halved over the past 12 months, according to Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon.
Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon is also seeing increased interest in buying properties abroad and in London, an indicator of growing confidence in the property market.
Though mortgage rates are expected to stay low for some time, they could rise quickly and without warning. For this reason, it’s advisable to consult a professional mortgage adviser who can give advice specific to your circumstances.
Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon has two full time experienced mortgage advisers with over 40 years’ experience and two full time dedicated administrators keeping their clients fully update. The mortgage shop at 89 Commercial Road is open 6 days a week with evening appointments available upon request. Its service is independent and tailored to the needs and circumstances of every customer.
Jeremy Morcumb, owner of Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon, said: “We’ve worked hard to give the best advice to people in the property market and we’re proud of this achievement. The fall in interest rates has boosted confidence in the property market, so we’re eager to build on our early success.”
Mortgage Advice Bureau has over 600 advisers across the UK and arranges around £8 billion of mortgages annually through more than 80 UK lenders.
Mortgage Advice Bureau has won the British Mortgage Awards five years in a row and the Money Marketing Financial Services Award for Best Mortgage Advisor three years in a row. In total, the business has won more than 50 awards in the last five years.
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Pictured above: Jeremy Morcumb owner of Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon