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Concierge Mortgage Company Launches in Cardiff

L-R: David Lewis, Alex Hemingway, Kelly Davies, Dan Alfei, Richard Hullin and Amy Hinder
Lewis Hullin Associates has launched its mortgage brokerage firm in the Capital.
Based in the city centre, the firm is the latest business venture between local businessmen David Lewis and Richard Hullin, who between them, have over 22 years combined experience of the financial services sector.
The duo, who also own Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB) Swansea and West Wales, have taken a new approach to mortgage advice and are looking to help clients who lead a busy lifestyle with their new concierge concept.
“The mortgage landscape is forever changing,” said director David Lewis, “and trying to navigate it on your own can be difficult and extremely time-consuming, which is why we came up with the concept of the concierge model.”
Aimed predominantly at business owners, professional athletes, portfolio landlords and high net-worth individuals; the key point of difference is that they will “do the leg work” to find the right product for their clients.
“From searching the mortgage market to identify the right product to liaising with accounts, IFAs, solicitors, agents and more,” continued David, “our process is designed to save our clients time and make the whole process a lot smoother.”
As part of Mortgage Advice Bureau, they have access to over 12,000 mortgage products from 90 lenders, some of which are specialists in providing mortgages to individuals with complex sources of income.
“Mortgage availability can fluctuate on a monthly basis,” said director Richard Hullin, “but thanks to our trusted partners, we know where to look to match the needs of our clients, and have access to exclusive products that some other firms may not.”
Although headquartered in Cardiff; Lewis Hullin is already working with clients throughout the UK and thanks to their remote mortgage application process, they have looked to COVID-proof themselves as they seek to grow over the next 3-5 years.