AWARDS: Watts Mortgage & Wealth Management end 2020 by securing another industry accolade

Posted November 25, 2020

Nantwich based Watts Mortgage & Wealth Management have been crowned Mortgage Broker of the Year at the Money Age Mortgage Awards.

The Mortgage Awards aim to reward the mortgage lenders and providers that have proved themselves worth of recognition during increasingly challenging times. While the event was due to take place at a glittering ceremony in London, this year’s winners were announced via a digital broadcast due to Government restrictions.

Speaking of the win, Managing Director Andrew Watts said: “We are over the moon to have been recognised for yet another prestigious award. Having been crowned the region’s top advisers at the Moneyfacts Investment Life and Pensions Awards earlier this year – we were delighted to see out 2020 with another industry accolade.

In what has been a difficult year for many, we remain on course to complete on over £100m of residential mortgages and have seen amazing business growth throughout the pandemic. We have ambitious growth plans for 2021 – having recruited a new Mortgage Adviser, promoted three of our team internally, we are looking to continue our recruitment through December and January.

To have won Mortgage Broker of the Year at The Mortgage Awards is testament to the hard work and dedication of my team and proves our continued commitment to providing the best service to our clients – both old and new.”



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