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Mortgage Intelligence adds Nottingham to panel

Mortgage Intelligence Holdings has added Nottingham Building Society to its lender panel.

All Appointed Representative members of Mortgage Next Network and Mortgage Intelligence will now have access to Nottingham’s prime residential and buy-to-let whole of market product range.

Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence Holdings, says: “The latest addition to our lender panel offers our members even more choice when it comes to finding the right mortgage solution for their client. The Nottingham provides a competitive range of products, all of which are backed by reliable service and support.”

Chris Parker, head of intermediary sales at The Nottingham, says: “We are extremely pleased to have been added to the lender panel for Appointed Representative members of Mortgage Next Network and Mortgage Intelligence. We are looking forward to building a mutually beneficial relationship with one of the leading distribution networks in the market and hope our mortgage products will suit the needs of many of their clients.”         


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