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New appointment at Mortgage Express

New appointment at Mortgage Express

Mortgage Express announces the appointment of Prue Hobill, who joins the team of mortgage advisers.

A former salesperson and manager within a lending environment, Prue brings over 26 years’ experience to the team at Mortgage Express.

A hard worker who believes in putting her clients’ best interests first, Prue understands just how tough the mortgage process can be. “With so many pitfalls along the way, it’s important to have someone on your side to help you through the process. I believe in keeping my clients informed every step of the way, ensuring they have a clear understanding of the situation.”

Prue has a genuine interest and concern in finding a solution that fits her clients’ needs, and believes her role as Mortgage Adviser is an important link in the lending process. She remains focused on her end goal; securing the right deal for her clients.

A local Christchurch resident, well-known for her honesty and integrity, Prue is easy to talk to and prides herself on a transparent approach. Says Prue: “There are no smoke and mirrors when you work with me, just honest, up-front, straight talk.”

Prue applies her experience in sales and management to helping her clients and is not afraid to ask questions on her clients’ behalf. Based in Christchurch, Prue is available for assistance with home loan applications and mortgage advice.

General Manager of Mortgage Express, Sarah Johnston, says: “We’re excited to be working with Prue. I am confident she will provide her clients with excellent advice and assistance.”

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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