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Home Truths and Churchside join forces to launch a new offering

Local estate agent, Home Truths, has announced a new partnership with Chorley based Churchside Financial Planning Solutions, to provide mortgage and insurance advice, to Home Truths clients, from the Home Truths offices.

Working out of the Home Truth’s offices in Coppull and Eccleston, Churchside financial planners will provide a property based financial services offering to meet all mortgage, protection, and insurance needs for people, when they are looking to buy a new home.

With specialist advice on new property purchases, re-mortgages, buy-to-let and advice on general insurance, people considering purchasing a new property, can now get the advice they need, when they need it.

Home Truths Director, John Ascroft, said: “This is an exciting new venture for Home Truths, providing our clients with access to trusted, financial advice. We are delighted to be working with a company of the calibre of Churchside, who have built an excellent reputation in the local area.”

Churchside Managing Director, Sue Smith, said: “It’s a natural fit for Churchside and Home Truths to work together. We are both local, family businesses and we both go the extra mile to provide a trusted service for our clients. This is a fantastic opportunity for all involved.”

Appointments can be booked with Churchside financial planners at the Home Truths offices, by calling 01257 794 588 or visiting www.hometruthslancs.co.uk for more information.



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