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Broker Stories

Our 4 pledges prove that you’re still our number 1

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of our pledges, we asked some of our brokers what they love about their jobs, what changes they’ve seen over the last 10 years – and what our pledges mean to them.

Here are your stories…

David Blake, Which? Mortgage Advisers

The Open Banking initiative has the potential to change the industry.

Nick Smith, London & Country

Digital processes will remove the need for paper-based evidence and speed up the mortgage process.

Don Maclean, The Mortgage and Insurance Bureau

I get satisfaction out of solving problems and finding affordable solutions for my clients.

Julie Sparrow, Cambridge Wealth Management

48 hours in the mortgage world is a long time. Your pledge gives me time to get the case submitted and get that rate for my client.

James Lindon-Travers, Lindon-Travers Associates

You’ve kept up with the market, you’re good on price, and your service is exceptional.

Ben Ramsay, Fairfield Financial Solutions Limited

The last ten years has been a whirlwind, but I’ve seen a lot of positives in the industry.
Tony Field

Tony Field, The Buy to Let Business

The buy to let market is constantly changing; we’re solving problems, identifying strategies, and adding value – it’s really fulfilling.

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Robert May, Robert May Financial Services

I get a real kick out of helping people buy their homes - I have 100s of 'thank you' cards and I keep them all.

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Robert May
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