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Mortgage Talk recruites new estate agency to its franchise

Mortgage Talk has recruited a brand new estate agency to its network of mortgage services franchisees.

The newly established Freckleton Brown practice is based in Eastwood, Nottingham, and has been formed by Paul Freckleton and Gordon Brown who have, between them, twenty five years&#39 experience in estate agency.

Formerly with several other prominent estate agents in the Nottingham area, Paul Freckleton takes on the responsibility of sales director at the new agency, while Gordon Brown, previously at another leading local agency, assumes the role of mortgage advisor.

According to Peter Birch, franchise director at Mortgage Talk, the recruitment of Freckleton Brown to Mortgage Talk&#39s substantial portfolio of franchisees is yet more proof that forward thinking agencies are clamouring to outsource their mortgage related business to financial services experts.

He says: “Since the launch of Mortgage Talk&#39s franchise opportunity, the company has been delighted at the response it has received from agents looking to outsource their financial services.

“The forthcoming FSA regulations provide a huge incentive for estate agents to seek alliances with experts such as Mortgage Talk, as well as helping them to improve their bottom line profit.

“Mortgage Talk&#39s franchise opportunity provides estate agents with excellent financial services revenue, coupled with easily managed administration. Mortgage Talk is delighted to welcome Freckleton Brown as part of the Mortgage Talk franchising team, and look forward to an excellent working relationship.”

Gordon Brown, director of Freckleton Brown, says: “In addition to taking away the worry of compliance and training issues, Mortgage Talk&#39s experience and expertise is the perfect platform from which to provide all its customers with the best service, the widest choice and truly independent mortgage advice.”

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