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Mortgage Advice Bureau has opened its 30th UK mortgage shop, located in Queen’s Mother Square, Poundbury, Dorchester.

The new shop is designed to help home movers and owners receive mortgage and protection advice from the UK’s ‘most recognised’ mortgage broker, it says.

And the company says it is looking to serve the North Dorset area too from its new office.

The Queen Mother Square location, with its stunning classical architecture, allows for local residents to drop in or book appointments with Simon and the team. They are on hand to help first time buyers, home movers and those who wish to remortgage, as well as landlords who own buy to let properties and business owners requiring commercial finance.

Owner Simon Morrall said: ‘It is extremely exciting to bring the benefits of the award-winning Mortgage Advice Bureau to all of Dorset. Our location was chosen to help those in the North and West of Dorset be able to benefit from our services, not only those in the conurbation areas. We as a team really believe that we can make a difference to those in need of mortgage and protection advice. We will be supporting the Dorset community and businesses with expert advice from a local team who live and breathe mortgages.’

The new Poundbury mortgage shop based at Suite 2, Inch Arran House, 9 Ringhill St, Queen Mother Square, Poundbury, Dorchester DT1 3BX, will be open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5:30pm and Saturday from 9am to 1pm. Out of hours appointments will also be available from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week, either at the new premises or with advisers visiting clients at home.

For further information visit www.mortgageadvicebureau.com/mortgage-advisers/queen-mother-square-poundbury or call 01305 260500.

Mortgage Advice Bureau is the UK’s most recognised mortgage intermediary brand, winning more than 70 national awards for the quality of its advice and service during the last five years.

It has over 1,350 advisers offering expert mortgage advice on a local, regional and national level to consumers, both face to face and over the phone. Mortgage Advice Bureau handles over £14bn of loans annually, and was the first – and is currently the only – mortgage intermediary to have floated on the London Stock Exchange, having joined the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in November 2014.

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