Berkeley Alexander joins Right Mortgage & Protection Network panel

House-Home-Protection-Mortgage-700.jpgThe Right Mortgage & Protection Network has added Berkeley Alexander to its general insurance panel. 

Under this arrangement members will now be able to access insurance for more niche and non-standard loans, including buy-to-let, unoccupied property, commercial and high net work mortgages. 

Berkeley Alexander had an existing relationship with The Right Mortgage & Protection Network, but this new arrangement extends the general insurance products available to members.

The Right Mortgage & Protection Network chief executive Martin Wilson says the company offers expertise in “difficult to place” risks, which should benefit both members and clients. 



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