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New appointment at Mortgage Express

New appointment at Mortgage Express


Mortgage Express announces the appointment of Auckland based Mortgage and Insurance Adviser, Peter Linford.

Peter hails from the UK originally where much of his former studies and professional career focused around the engineering industry.

A former business owner and an experienced mortgage adviser, Peter is a self-proclaimed problem solver, tackling complex problems head-on. “I love a challenge,” says Peter. “Finding a solution to a complicated mortgage case is particularly rewarding. I thrive on complex problem-solving, using my initiative and thinking outside the square to find a solution for my clients.”

A firm believer in an honest, straightforward approach and open communication, Peter engages with his clients, putting himself in their shoes to better understand their needs. Says Peter, “I’ve worked with both first home buyers and clients with large investment portfolios, and I understand that everyone’s needs are different.”

Working hard to achieve his clients’ goals, Peter believes his strongest attributes are persevering to

find a way around obstacles, a positive attitude, combined with a professional and ethical approach to business.

“We’re really pleased to have Peter join our team,” says General Manager of Mortgage Express, Sarah Johnston. “He brings a wealth of experience and an outstanding customer service ethos.”

Working out of the Harcourt’s office in Ellerslie, Peter provides a range of financial services and advice to clients in the South and East Auckland areas. Along with mortgage advice for home loans and commercial loans, and insurance advice including income protection and critical illness, Peter specialises in difficult to place cases; in particular clients who have had issues in the past and require credit history clean up.

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