Complete Mortgages celebrates its tenth birthday

Tuesday, 18th August, 2015
Complete Mortgages

Guildford-based mortgage and insurance brokerage, Complete Mortgages, is 10 years old this month having launched the award-winning business in 2005.

Since opening its doors Complete Mortgages has built a nationwide reputation and grown a client base comprising first time buyers, buy to let landlords, teachers and professional sportspeople.

Launched by former Halifax high flier Mark Finnegan, who in 2005 was the only employee, the company now boasts 10 employees, four national awards and access to the whole of the mortgage market.

On celebrating the company’s longevity Mark comments: “The tenth year is a huge milestone for any business and I’m immensely proud that Complete Mortgages has not only beaten a global recession but also become a go-to company when it comes to arranging a mortgage. We now look forward to building the team and taking the business to its next phase over the next ten years.”

As part of its 10th anniversary celebrations Complete Mortgages has launched a series of competitions including a quiz, a ‘referral tombola’ and a Facebook campaign.

For the Facebook campaign, Complete Mortgages has committed to giving away £250 to one lucky winner when it reaches 250 Likes on Facebook. Once reached, the winner will be drawn at random.  For the ‘referral tombola’ one person who refers a friend to  Complete Mortgages by 30th September will win £500, split between the referrer and the new client so that each person receives £250.*

Finally, to be in with a chance to win a bottle of Champagne, all entrants need to do is email the answer to the question below to

What was the Bank of England base rate on 16th August 2005?

a) 5.00%

b) 4.75%

c) 4.50%

The deadline for entries is 30th September 2015 and one winner will be randomly drawn from those who answer it correctly.

For more information on Complete Mortgages or to speak with a member of the Complete Mortgages team call 01483 238280.

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