Fairstone takes majority stake in mortgage advisory business

Brings in recurring revenue of £700,000

Victoria McKeever
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Pictured left to right: Fairstone sales director Steve Easter and Allensons Mortgage Advisors company principal Paul Cleveland
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Pictured left to right: Fairstone sales director Steve Easter and Allensons Mortgage Advisors company principal Paul Cleveland

Fairstone has taken a majority stake in Wokingham-based Allensons Mortgage Advisors, bringing in recurring revenues of £700,000, more than 5,000 clients and 13 staff.

Allensons will rebrand as Fairstone Mortgage Solutions, with the firm's principal Paul Cleveland (pictured) retaining a significant shareholding alongside Fairstone. Allensons specialises in mortgages...

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