Our Finance Partner, Embrace Financial Services, has been shortlisted in the First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards 2022 for the ‘Best Provider to the First Time Buyer market’ category for the work they do to help first time home buyers to get onto the property ladder – and hoping, with our customer’s support, they might go on to win it.
The Best Provider to the First Time Buyer Market award will go to a service, company or agency that, through long standing commitment, supports the first time buyer industry.
Paul Nurding, Managing Director for Embrace Financial Services, commented:
“We are proud to help our customers get onto the property ladder, in fact we have helped 26% more First Time Buyers in 2021 than the previous year.”
Our Customer Survey results also show that of the 3,000+ First Time Buyers surveyed, who completed a mortgage with us last year:
- 98% rated our services as Excellent or Good.
- 98% said they would recommend us to Friends and Family.
It’s great to be appreciated and even better to be recommended so being shortlisted for this award is great news for Embrace, as well as a testament to the hard work and commitment of their Financial Consultants who go above and beyond to ensure our clients get the support they needed in buying their first property. We’re now hoping that clients, past and present, will consider acknowledging the help they provide and cast a vote for Embrace to lead them, we hope, in winning this award.
If you’d like to support, let us have your vote. Simply click here.
We’d really appreciate it!
YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
Embrace Financial Services usually charges a fee for mortgage advice. The precise amount of the fee will depend upon your circumstances but will range from £499 to £999 and this will be discussed and agreed with you at the earliest opportunity.
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