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Shez Ausalut

Regent Street - Rugby

07846 073184

I have worked in Financial Services for a number of years with a major High Street Lender before becoming a mortgage adviser in 2014. I take a lot of pride in what I do because I always strive to deliver the highest level of service to my clients and I believe the company I work at should reflect this too. Which is why I chose to work for one of the most reputable mortgage broker firms in UK, Mortgage Advice Bureau.


I love to help buyers with their mortgage needs whether they are a first time buyer looking for their dream home, or looking at remortgage options with their fixed rate coming to an end. Having taken my first mortgage out many years ago before becoming a Mortgage Adviser I understand the feeling this journey takes you through.


I have helped many clients on their journey to buying their homes, second home and investment properties headache-free, as I take all the stress away from my clients during this journey.


In my spare time, I have a keen interest in Property Developments as I am also a landlord, which I invest in a lot. I enjoy spending time with my family and holidays abroad, back home in Mauritius particularly. 

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