Newland Avenue - Hull
Happy 1st Birthday to our mortgage shop in Hull!
We're celebrating our one year anniversary at our Mortgage Advice Bureau Shop in Willerby, Hull. So, we're taking a quick look back down memory lane to see how far we've come...
Strength to strength
In September 2018, our offices expanded to accommodate our growing business. Since then, we’ve developed strong links within the local business community, estate agents and local residents in the area, and we’re very excited to now have a presence on the high street.
A growing team
Since opening our doors, our team of mortgage advisers has continued to grow and now includes Abigail Oxtoby who started as a trainee adviser and is now a fully qualified mortgage and protection adviser currently based inside the shop. And Gina Hanson, our general insurance adviser joined us to help ensure that the right protection policies are in place for homeowners.
A word from our business principal
Our business principal, Alex Knaggs said, “This new venture has been an excellent step forward. It didn’t take long for us to benefit from the new larger office with a reception space and client meeting rooms. We are able to welcome people passing by, answer any quick questions they may have and book them in for an appointment at a time that is convenient so we can support them with their mortgage. The fact that Hull is one of the UK’s top ten most affordable cities for first time buyers has meant that the housing market has remained buoyant locally, which has kept us busy and enabled us to grow. I look forward to seeing our success continue.”
If you’re a first time buyer, looking to remortgage, move home or perhaps invest in a buy-to-let property, our mortgage and protection advisers in Hull will be there for you throughout the whole process. So if you are in the Hull area, why not pop in and say hello?
Where to find us:
6 Kingston Road, Willerby, HU10 6BN
Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm
Because we play by the book we want to tell you that…
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
There may be a fee for mortgage advice. The actual amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances.
The fee is up to 1%, but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.