All Girl Company Is Ace

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In a male dominated mortgage industry, an all girl company, Ace Mortgage Services, is providing the feminine touch for its customers.

In a male dominated mortgage industry, an all girl company, Ace Mortgage Services, is providing the feminine touch for its customers.

When most of us make an appointment with a mortgage adviser we would probably expect to see a nice man in a suit. At Ace Mortgage Services things are very different, the advisers and administration staff are all women. Michele Laidlow, the owner of the company, has been in the mortgage industry for 15 years and started the company 5 years ago.

Michele said, “It was never my intention to make the company all female, it just worked out that way, but I feel clients benefit from our approach, especially women who may need advice following a divorce. They seem to feel more at ease discussing their finances with another woman. Having said that, we are by no means feminists. All clients seem happy with our service, as we aim to make the daunting prospect of buying a house or arranging a remortgage proceed as smoothly as possible.”

Also there are advantages in working for an all female business, as Katherine, one of the Consultants, said “I have been working for Michele for 2 years now and, after 4 years in the industry prior to that, it was refreshing to be part of a business where we are all understanding when family commitments arise. It adds to our job satisfaction which is reflected in the pleasant way we deal with clients, lenders and solicitors alike.”

The advisers are mobile so appointments are carried out in the clients’ home or at a suitable location, whichever is more convenient for their customers. Evening or weekend appointments are commonplace to fit in with their clients’ family or work commitments.

Ace Mortgage Services provides advice on mortgages, loans, and insurances and can be contacted on (01634 671029 or 07714 127309) or via their website at:

http://www.acemortgageservices.co.uk.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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