Happy Clients ... Lovely feedback
Posted on 26th January 2021 at 10:04
This blog post is an observation, not a brag, but we do like to share the love and positivity :-)
We work so hard behind the scenes, as Brokers, Advisers and Support Staff and we all provided our service in one of the most challenging years that most of us have ever experienced.
2020 was full of ups and downs, and so to receive unprompted and brilliant feedback from our Clients is always very welcome and we are eternally grateful for the comments.
"We have had the pleasure of working with Howard Reuben for many years now. He is a delight to work with and his professionalism in not only in sourcing loans but also in understanding the needs of investors is unsurpassed. We look forward to many years of working with Howard and his team and wish them all success in their endeavours."
"I've already recommended Stephen to a colleague and wouldn't hesitate to recommend again. I'm hoping we've built a long working relationship as we look to buy more BTL properties. He really has gone above and beyond and been very valuable and patient throughout our journey."
"John Stallan was thorough and went out if his way to get us what he thought was the very best solution for us. He took the time to understand our needs. He worked hard on coming up with a solution and supported us every step of the way, answering queries promptly and was always available by text or by phone. He is personable and professional. Very pleased with the service he gave."
"Austyn clearly knows what he is doing and informs you every step throughout the mortgage process.I think that you can confidently move forward with his knowledge in the mortgage industry."
"John Constant has always been extremely helpful to us, and I have valued his advice for almost 20 years now. I will certainly recommend John to friends, colleagues, and anyone else who will listen."
See more of our Company's testimonials here > www.hdconsultants.net/testimonials
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