With nearly 25 years’ experience in the property industry, Martin is well placed in his role as Head of Property Management for PACE. He has obvious drive and an eagerness to lead from the front, coupled with solid property management experience. After joining the business in 2010 Martin took it upon himself to foster excellent customer service among the team and this continues to position PACE as a leader in its field today.
Since graduating from university with a degree in engineering, Mike has spent his entire career within the property industry with a particular focus on block management. Mike joined Pace in 2015 with 15 years of experience. He brings a wealth of property management knowledge to the Pace team, having worked for some of the largest property management companies in the sector.
This used to be easy to calculate, but now lenders base their affordability calculations on “Office of National Statistics” data. Your details are entered into a computer where weird & wonderful algorithms decide whether you can or can’t have a mortgage. Factors such as how many children you have; financial commitments & related dependants all take a toll. A good example of this is as follows:
Sara has been with Pace since 2013 and is currently studying for her ARLA exams. She strives to provide excellent customer service and works to the best of her ability at all times. After spending 7 years with Lloyds banking group specifically working within customer service roles, Sarah has a thorough understanding of what it takes to keep our clients happy! In her current position, Sara enjoys the variety of property management where every day is different and daily challenges keep her on her toes.
It’s been the subject of debate between economists and industry experts since March 2009 when interest rates dropped to a record low of 0.5 per cent. But, Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has finally hinted the Bank Rate may rise as early as the start of 2016. Carney recently announced rates may begin to increase to around the 2.25% mark, albeit at a slow and gradual rate, whilst still remaining significantly lower than the previous historical average interest rate of 4.5 per cent. Paul Flavin of Zing Mortgages discusses how a rate rise could affect homeowners and buyers. Should I panic about what’s to come? Absolutely not.


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