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Network Data teams up with Conti Financial Services

The partnership comes in response to rising interest in overseas property purchases and allows borrowers access to a comprehensive list of mortgage and insurance lenders, which until recently was limited in choice.

Acquiring an overseas property can be challenging. Simon Conn, senior partner for Conti Financial Services, says: “By working with Network Data&#39s members, we can assist them in a complicated and difficult market. With the number of staff, lenders and variety of schemes at our disposal, we can help to facilitate mortgages for Network Data clients.”

Terry Young, head of operations for Network Data, says: “We were impressed with Conti Financial Services overall proposition and given the increasing interest being shown in this type of lending, felt confident that their addition to our offshore panel will prove very successful.”

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