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Mortgage Advice Bureau announces Northern Ireland expansion

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Mortgage Advice Bureau announces Northern Ireland expansion

The opening of its first branch in Northern Ireland has been announced today by the UK's largest provider of independent financial and mortgage advice on the High Street.

Based in Ballymena in County Antrim, the branch is one over 900 MAB offices based in the UK and will be headed by senior mortgage adviser, Rob Adams.

Rob had this to say: “I thoroughly enjoy helping people realise their dreams of purchasing a home and am able to offer hopeful house buyers invaluable advice on how best to achieve this.

We act on the customer’s behalf, guiding them through the options available from the market and will recommend and arrange the most appropriate product from the 1000s that are available.

This also includes exclusive deals, many of which are not available directly from lenders, and this equips us to meet most clients’ requirements."


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