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New appointment release: Megan Fraser

New appointment release: Megan Fraser

Mortgage Express welcomes its newest adviser, Megan Fraser.

Although Megan is relatively new to the Financial Services sector, she brings with her a ‘never-give-up’ attitude and sheer determination to find a solution for her clients. Having started her own business at the age of 23, Megan has first-hand experience of the challenges of self-employment.

Megan feels her role as a Mortgage Adviser is similar to that of a mentor, guiding her clients through the often tricky process, with a firm belief that transparency is key. Whatever stage of the home loan process you’re at, Megan undertakes to guide and assist you, with perseverance and determination, to provide a solution that best fits your own situation.

“I’m passionate about helping others reach their full potential and thrive on problem solving,” says Megan. “Simplifying the often complex and complicated processes relies on me thinking outside the box. For every problem that I encounter, I search for the ideal solution relevant to my client.”

Determined to find a way around obstacles, Megan believes in remaining positive, providing constant feedback and input to her clients. Through expert advice about setting goals, planning and budgeting, Megan is often able to provide home loan solutions to people who may not fit the criteria necessary for a standard mortgage.

“Megan’s fresh approach combined with integrity and determination are a real asset to the team at Mortgage Express,” says Sarah Johnston, General Manager of Mortgage Express. “We’re delighted to have her on board and look forward to working with her.” Megan is based in the Riccarton office in the Christchurch area and offers a full range of mortgage advice, including budgeting, home loans, refinancing, personal loans as well as KiwiSaver advice.

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 39 advisers across New Zealand, Mortgage Express assists in settling over 2,200 loans annually.

Mortgage Express is owned by Harcourt’s, 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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