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Mortgage Intelligence adds Accord to lending panel

Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next have added Accord Mortgages to their lending panel.


From today, all appointed representatives of the networks will be able to access the full range of products available from Accord Mortgages, the intermediary lending arm of Yorkshire Building Society.

Sally Laker, managing director at Mortgage Intelligence Holdings, says she is delighted to welcome Accord Mortgages to the panel.

She says: “This is great news for our members as it broadens the products available to them. Accord Mortgages is a service driven lender and we are sure this will really add value to our members.”

Chris Maggs, divisional manager at Accord Mortgages, adds: “At Accord we focus on developing key intermediary lending partnerships and we’re delighted to be working with Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next. 

“Accord joined Countrywide’s panel of lenders in February and following its acquisition of the two firms in April, the move onto their panels felt like a natural progression of our partnership.”



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