On Saturday 23rd February, the Times Newspaper published a supplement listing the Top 250 Mortgage Advisers in the UK based on reviews on the independent consumer ratings website VouchedFor. We are proud to say that Adam Nanson from Your Mortgage Expert was featured as a top adviser.
Adam Nanson comments:
“In total, 53 of my clients have taken the time to rate my services on VouchedFor. And, the average of these reviews has given me a rating of 4.9 out of 5 on the website which makes me extremely proud and grateful. I’d like to thank all of the clients who took the time to share their positive feedback on VouchedFor. Feedback helps us better understand whether we are providing a really good service to our clients and these reviews tell us that, in general, our clients are happy.”
You can see Adam Nanson’s top adviser reviews by going to https://www.vouchedfor.co.uk/mortgage-advisor/salisbury/25483-adam-nanson. The supplement that was printed in the Times can be read here: https://assets.vouchedfor.co.uk/guides/ultimate-guide-2019.pdf. Please note, by clicking on this link, you will be departing from the regulated site of Your Mortgage Expert Ltd. Neither Your Mortgage Expert Ltd nor TenetLime are responsible for the accuracy of the information contained within the non-regulated site.
Adam Nanson is an Independent Mortgage Broker and Managing Director of Your Mortgage Expert in Salisbury. He has worked in the mortgage and protection industry for over 17 years and always dreamed of setting up his own firm which he did in 2015. As Managing Director, Adam is responsible for the all operational aspects of running an independent mortgage brokerage as well as advising on and processing applications. He also works with other local businesses to establish positive and reciprocal working relationships.
You can contact Adam, or any member of his team for a no obligation conversation via 01722 322683 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
A mortgage is a loan secured against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.