Senior Sales Manager, Leanne Beales told us: “We’ve made the new site easier than ever for clients to get in contact with us. There’s now more guidance for First Time Buyers, helping to make the home buying process ultra-clear, and for those looking to use one of the Government Help to Buy schemes, we’ve dedicated a whole page.
“A range of illustrative mortgage calculator tools are embedded at various points in the site, to help potential clients roughly work out the cost of either moving or buying a new home.
“But we’re not stopping there, in the coming months more digital functions will be added to help clients with appointment booking and getting quick answers to simple questions.”
The new site has more customer reviews than ever, so potential clients can see exactly the kind of service they can expect to receive. More detail about the advisers who work for moneyQuest can be found on the ‘Our Story’ page, further helping potential clients decide to make the call, and get to know just why the team love working in mortgages so much.
Not only that, the new glossary is now a much more user-friendly search bar, so any key mortgage term clients are unsure of – they can just type it in.
We’ve expanded our moneyQuest brand colour palette too. Green represents personal growth and financial security, and our stonier blue shade links to our loyal client and staff base along with themes of intellect and trust. And of course, we’ve kept our strong orange theme throughout which signifies friendliness and connects us with Stonebridge.
Further to this, a specific page is now available for potential new-build partners to find out more about the way we work together with lenders and clients.
Leanne added: “It was important to us to get the site released before the end of 2021, as we know January is always a busy time for people looking to move or realise their first home ambitions in the year ahead.”
If you’re looking to discuss your mortgage options with a friendly mortgage adviser, talk to moneyQuest today.
Please note: Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up mortgage repayments.
25 November, 2021