Jeni Browne

Jeni Browne

Job title: Sales Director

Date joined: 
September 2006

Role: As Sales Director it is Jeni’s duty to steer the sales team to success. To ensure targets are met it is Jeni’s responsibility to identify business opportunities and emerging trends within the industry. On a weekly basis Jeni is tasked with reporting sales figures back to the board and forecasting future sales for the weeks ahead. Jeni maintains a close relationship with both sales and marketing to ensure communication and ideas flow effortlessly between the two.

Jeni is also responsible for managing our relationships with the buy to let lenders, providing feedback on products and how they are received by customers. She works closely with Amy Welland to ensure our mortgage product sourcing system Mortgage Flow is kept up-to-date and all staff members are aware of any product changes.

Jeni also manages her own extensive client base. Her knowledge of the mortgage industry is second to none and she has a real knack for explaining complicated, jargon-filled funding concepts. She's also not afraid of giving her opinion and writes numerous blogs on the mortgage industry which are read with interest by both customers and peers. Currently, Jeni is the resident buy to let expert at What Mortgage magazine.

In 2014, Jeni was nominated in the category of Buy to Let Broker at the British Mortgage Awards.

Experience: Jeni began working in the mortgage industry when she achieved her Financial Planning Certificate in 1998. She has worked for several large firms including mortgage broker John Charcol and has built up a broad knowledge of the buy to let, residential and commercial mortgage markets. Her professional qualifications include a certificate in Business Banking and Conduct (CertBB&C), Advanced Certificate of Mortgage Advice and Practice (CeMAP) and a certificate in Money Laundering Prevention.

Favourite film: Dumb & Dumber

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Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase

Follow Jeni as she recounts her experiences of becoming a buy to let investor for the first time.

Part 1 - It was that or a Range Rover

Part 2 - I've made £800 already and I haven't got the mortgage yet

Part 3 - The demise of Nathaniel Pig

Part 4 - Call off the dogs...

Part 5 - @***** bank account

Part 6 - Business bank account interview or Center Parcs?

Part 7 - Reality bites...

Part 8 - The method behind the madness

Part 9 - Join me in a buy to let fist pump?!

Part 10 - The silence is deafening  

Part 11 - Throwing toys out of prams

Part 12 - Stuck with the Mini... for now

Part 13 - Time is running out

Part 14 - The end of my sad little tale...

Part 15 - Just call me Peggy

Part 16 - A year on my buy to let portfolio grows by default

Part 17 - If Carlsberg made tenants - shame the same can't be said for the tax man

Testimonials: 

"Massive thanks to you, Calum and the team for all your help, advice and recommendations with everything Jeni, it's been a long, hard and challenging road at times, but I am delighted that you were there to assist and guide me to the right deal and outcome in the end. 

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"Jeni, you have been exceptional and your team a real credit too and I will not hesitate to recommend your outstanding services to others who may need your services in the future." JN, London  

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"Jeni, I would just like to give you this small token of our thanks and gratitude for all you have done in organising and sorting (ALL) of our house moves. We know it was a headache at times but we are very happy in our new home and it's all thanks to you and your team. Please feel free to pop up and see the pad sometime and if you would like a break away on the Isle of White sometime you would be more than welcome to use our house there as a courtesy and with our compliments. So, thank you again. We couldn't have done it without you! Best Wishes." G.C & D.C, Kent

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"Jeni Browne and her team have been excellent in identifying simple strategies which has allowed us to save several hundred pounds every month, which will go a long way in off-setting the adverse effects of the recent budget that are likely to hit landlords.

I would have no hesitation in recommending the MFB team, who have been friendly and professional throughout all our business interaction." S.C, Kent

                                                                

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  • Setting up an SPV Limited Company



    Buy to let lenders which offer mortgages to limited companies usually require the limited company to be an SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle). Jeni explains what one is and how to get one.

  • Best Buy to Let Remortgage Rates



    With a rise in Bank Rate looming, it is no surprise that lenders are starting to increase pricing. Jeni Browne, Sales Director highlights some of the best buy to let rates available for those looking to remortgage and take advantage of the all-time low pricing before it’s too late…

  • Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 18 - Always open the envelope



    Following on from my last blog where I pontificated about doing my own accounts so that I could understand the process, on the Friday before August Bank Holiday, with just five working days before my deadline and me having made the sum total of ZERO PROGRESS on getting anything together, I cracked and called an accountant.