We are delighted to introduce The Glasgow Mortgage Company as an exhibitor to join the line-up for Homebuyer Show Scotland. With mortgage advice key for an event of this nature, we’re very excited to see how The Glasgow Mortgage Company can support visitors looking to buy in their home city.


The Glasgow Mortgage Company is based in the prestigious Park District in Glasgow’s West End,and know the city’s homebuying scene inside out.  The team of experts use their wealth of mortgage knowledge to find their clients a mortgage to suit their needs.  Since 2012 they have been helping a range of aspiring homebuyers to secure a mortgage; including first time buyers, home movers, remortgagers, buyers looking to secure a large loan, and have also worked with homebuying schemes such as Help to Buy.

Homebuyers will be able to speak to experts from The Glasgow Mortgage Company at Homebuyer Show Scotland, where they will be able to learn about process of securing a mortgage for their next home. On the day their Protection Specialist will also be on the stand to discuss Mortgage and Family Protection.

Beth Stevenson from The Glasgow Mortgage Company, comments: “It has never been a better time to buy a new home in and around Glasgow, which is why we’re so excited to be a part of Homebuyer Show Scotland. Our goal is to help buyers through the process of securing a mortgage without the stress of doing it by themselves, and so on the day we’ll be explaining to visitors how the process works, and how they can find out the best deal possible.”

Visitors to the show will be able to find out more about how The Glasgow Mortgage Company can help them to purchase their next home and protect their family by attending Homebuyer Show Scotland at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow on 19th October.

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