Wimborne-based Teachers Building Society is delighted to have been announced as a finalist for ‘Moneyfacts’’ Regional Lending Provider of the Year and also the ‘What Mortgage’ Best Local Building Society award for the fifth year running.
James Bawa, Chief Executive at Teacher Building Society, said, “Being shortlisted for these awards is fantastic news; we work really hard to provide our customers with the best service we can, treating them as an individual person, rather than a number. Many customers speak to the same advisor throughout their entire mortgage journey and this reflects the personal service we can offer – we’re grateful to those who took the time to nominate us.”
Lee Tillcock, editor at ‘Moneyfacts’, said: “The finalists in the Regional Lending Provider of the Year category are decided by weekly in-depth analysis of all the relevant mortgage products provided to the sector during the monitoring period. Offering a range of competitively priced mortgage products across a full loan-to-value range Teachers Building Society has worked hard to best meet the needs of its local community and it is a worthy finalist for this category.”
Joanne Atkin, editor of ‘What Mortgage’ said: “Once again Teachers Building Society has been nominated in the ‘What Mortgage’ awards by customers who appreciate the products and service it offers. Getting to the shortlist is only the first stage so now customers can vote for their winner. The awards are in their 23rd year and acknowledge the good work lenders do to help people buy their home.”
Results will be announced at an awards ceremony on 2 June.
Photo: James Bawa