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New appointment at Mortgage Express

New appointment at Mortgage Express

Mortgage Express is pleased to announce the appointment of Auckland based Mortgage and Insurance Adviser, Pradip Chakraborty.

Originally from India, Pradip’s extensive banking and mortgage career spans over 20 years. Along with owning and managing his own Mortgage Broking business for more than 4 years in Auckland, Pradip has worked for more than 7 years for a leader in global outsourcing as a Customer Solution Representative at a major financial services service centre, which helped him master the end to end function of financial services and banking.

“With all of my banking and financial expertise, I would love to help my clients achieve their dreams,” says Pradip. “I deliver what I promise and I don’t believe in simply selling a solution to my clients.

Instead I help them to choose a financial package that works best for them. I believe in building trust and growing long term relationships with my clients.”

“Over the course of my career, I have seen first-hand how a 30-year loan can be reduced to a 17-year one, whilst retaining the same mortgage instalment! I believe I can find practical, money-saving financial solutions for my clients, and I’d love to share my expertise with them. This is not just a job to me; I’m
passionate about my work and dedicated to my clients.”

Operating out to the Harcourts’ Papatoetoe office, Pradip provides advice on first home loans, investment property loans, refinancing, restructuring, debt consolidation and personal loans, as well as Health and Life Insurance.

“We’re excited that someone with Pradip’s depth of experience has joined our team and we look forward to working with him,” says General Manager of Mortgage Express, Sarah Johnston.

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