UK Adviser opens up in Lees
Date published: 24 July 2019
The UK Adviser is a leading mortgage adviser
The UK Adviser has opened its first store front on High Street in Lees this week.
The UK Adviser is a leading mortgage adviser, which offers unbiased advice for purchases, buy-to-let, portfolio landlords and secure loans to local homeowners, tenants and landlords.
The 880 sq ft store was opened by franchisee Bev Watson and will offer drop-in mortgage advice services, as well as the facility to make an appointment with its mortgage advisers, who collectively have over 40 years’ experience in the financial services industry.
Bev, the franchise owner, said: “I am thrilled to have opened the first-ever physical store front for The UK Adviser.
"Applying for a mortgage can be complicated, so we will be able to offer the people of Lees, Oldham, Saddleworth and the surrounding areas face-to-face unbiased advice and support to guide them through the process and, make it as straightforward as possible.
“We will also offer advice nationally, by way of telephone consultation, and our aim is to give every client a personal service, whether it be face to face or over the phone. We strongly believe that the industry, as a whole, is lacking the attentive approach and there are still lots of people out there who want that personal touch."
The Lees UK Adviser store will be open from 9am – 7pm from Monday to Thursday, and 9am – 3pm on Fridays, but weekend appointments are available on request.
It can be found at 97, High Street, Lees.
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