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C&G teams up with Countrywide

Cheltenham & Glouchester for Intermediaries has joined the lending panel of Countrywide.

The lender says is the first mortgage lender to join Countrywide’s panel in a number of years.

Mark Blackwell, head of corporate and specialist intermediary sales at C&G, says: “From a corporate sales point of view, this is a real coup.

The national distributions of both C&G and Countrywide will compliment each other enormously, making it an ideal match.

We are two very progressive organisations and this will be a fantastic partnership. We are proud to be appointed to such an exclusive panel of lenders.”

The appointment will see C&G become closely associated with the UK’s largest estate agency group.

The group comprises 27 subsidiaries, including Bairstow Eves, Mann & Co, Taylors and Dixons, and has around 1,100 mortgage advisers located throughout the UK.


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