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New appointment: Mortgage Express

03/02/2014

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New appointment release: Mortgage Express

Mortgage Express is pleased to welcome Peter Lewis to its team of Mortgage and Insurance Advisers.

With over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry, a former Manager at Westpac, Peter brings first-hand knowledge and expertise to the team at Mortgage Express.

Being involved and working closely with his clients, Peter is able to gain an in-depth understanding of their specific requirements, working towards providing the ideal home loan solution to suit their needs.

“For me the most important aspect of what I do is ensuring I get the best result for my clients,” says Peter. “Working closely with them, I am able to tailor the finance solution to match their unique lifestyle and goals. Whether you’re refinancing a mortgage or buying property for the first time I will help you to achieve your dream.”

As a local resident in the Marlborough region, Peter understands this area and, combined with his expertise and experience in the financial services industry, is driven to helping his clients achieve their home loan goals.

Peter is based in Blenheim and is also available for clients in the Renwick, Picton and Kaikoura regions.

“We’re pleased to have Peter join our team,” says General Manager of Mortgage Express, Sarah Johnston. “He is well-connected in the Marlborough region and brings a wealth of knowledge combined with an outstanding customer service ethos.”

About Mortgage Express

Mortgage Express is the fastest growing mortgage and insurance adviser company in Australasia. In operation since 1998, it has access to a wide range of lenders, insurers and products, and has helped more than 20,000 New Zealand families buy their dream homes. With 37 advisers across New Zealand, Mortgage Express assists in settling over 2,200 loans annually.

Mortgage Express is owned by Harcourts, New Zealand’s largest real estate group, a privately owned New Zealand company which operates in 10 countries around the globe.

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