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  • Help To Buy Experts

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    Mortgage Bureau has now sailed passed 2,000 completions on the Governments Flagship, Help to Buy Scheme. We are proud to support this excellent scheme, which helps people achieve the property they require for their family needs. We special [...]

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  • Record Month

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    540!!......was the number of completions that our staff handled in June. An astonishing result and a real credit to our expert team! [...]

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  • Mortgage Bureau And Little Hearts Matter

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    Mortgage Bureau is proud to announce that throughout 2013 we will be supporting National children’s Charity 'Little Hearts Matter'. As part of a 12 month agreement, Mortage Bureau will be donating £1 from every mortgage that we [...]

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  • Mortgage Bureau To Announce Official Tie Up With Charity.

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    The Directors of Mortgage Bureau will soon be announcing an official tie up with a National Charity. We have made regular ad-hoc donations to a range of charitable causes in the past but this exciting new development is great news, both for oursel [...]

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  • More Mortgage Consultants Urgently Required!

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    Mortgage Bureau urgently require experienced Mortgage and Protection Consultants in Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Birmingham and many other areas. We offer an industry leading package and the opportunity to work within the UK's fastest growin [...]

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  • Website Goes Live!

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    Welcome to our new website, it has been a long time in the making! Feel free to have a browse, I am sure you will find a lot of useful and interesting information along with a greater understanding of Mortgage Bureau. We will be [...]

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