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The mortgage industry has changed ‘a lot’ in 16 years

Wednesday, 15th November, 2017 5:52pm

Farzaneh Moeini has been working in the mortgage business for more than 16 years.
She spoke to the Cork Independent about the industry at the moment and her career.

After completing a Bachelor of Social Science and a HDip in Management and Marketing in UCC, she started working as an administrator and progressed to becoming a mortgage consultant in ICS Building Society.

She later moved onto the broker industry

with Douglas Mortgage Centre and went on to manage their South Mall

branch.

She said: “I’ve worked with Mortgage Search (formerly Blackpool Mortgage Centre) since 2009. My current role as mortgage manager has seen a lot of changes in the industry. Thankfully I have retained a lot of loyal clients and we are now seeing a more buoyant mortgage market.”

She deals with clients from the initial stages of buying a new home, buying an investment property, re-mortgaging their home or switching lenders for a better rate.

She continued: “There are a lot of options available in the current market and I help people navigate this. I guide people through the whole process from start to finish.

“This is a huge advantage to clients, as they deal with one person from start to finish. If they have queries about their life assurance or pensions, I also deal with this.

“It’s a busy job, and a job I love. I’m very lucky that a lot of my business comes from the recommendations of others. I love meeting a couple who are considering buying their first home, guiding them through the process and then finally seeing them get the keys to the next chapter of their lives,” she concluded.

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