November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/27/2006, p29
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the consumers' view on the preference of having mortgage direct from a lender or an adviser in Great Britain. According to receptionist Leanne Woodhead, she prefer to talk to an adviser rather than direct to a lender while, John Whitty, a locksmith, prefers to go straight to the lender rather than through a financial adviser. Steven Elia also a locksmith, likes to get advice from neither of the financial adviser or lender and prefers to have it from the family members.


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