Mortgage Intelligence Holdings has added Towergate Home & Protect to its panel, providing access to a wide range of web based home and buy-to-let general insurance products.
All members of Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next will have access to the range.
Towergate Home & Protect offer buildings and contents quotations from a panel which includes AXA, Equity Red Star & Zurich and a consortium of leading UK insurers.
Its specialist insurance products include cover for buy-to-let property portfolios, high net worth schemes, unoccupied thatched, or previously underpinned properties, homes of non standard construction and Holiday Homes in the UK and overseas.
David Ford, managing director of Towergate Home & Protect, says: “Towergate Home & Protect brings to the market a general insurance proposition based on ease, choice and value.
“We have established a common policy wording for our household building and contents panel; a non standard solution for more difficult to place risks and a wide range of web based general insurance products to make placing business easier for Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next members.
“We’re part of the Towergate Partnership, Europe’s largest independently owned insurance intermediary and over the last 12 months we have established excellent working relationships with a number of leading networks providing access to around 8,000 Agents.”
Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence Holdings, says: “We’re delighted to offer even more choice for our members with the competitive range of General Insurance products that Towergate provide.
“Their specialist support for difficult to place cases will I’m certain be of real value in helping advisers to maximise sales. General Insurance should be a vital part of all advisers toolkits and Towergate’s expertise with non-standard and higher risk policies will benefit our members and their clients.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership with Towergate and enhancing our membership offerings for all Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next advisers.”