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Homebank to expand sales team

Homebank Financial Services is expanding its sales team to deal with soaring enquiring levels.

The Northampton based national mortgage broker has invested heavily over the last three years in automating its administration and processing, is reaping the benefits now that margins are slimmer and business more difficult to place and complete.

Rupert Atkinson, managing director of Homebank, says: “Our whole business model is about bringing greater customer care and service through the application of cutting edge technology.

“There is no substitute for good, professional and well trained sales people and we are looking to recruit for both employed and self employed positions.

“Homebank is bucking the trend among intermediary firms and we are in the fortunate position of looking to expand our sales team at a time when many similar businesses are cutting back.”

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