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Connells Group adds Kent Reliance to lender panel

Connells Group has added Kent Reliance to its panel of lenders in order to widen its mortgage offering in the buy-to-let and shared ownership sectors.

Adrian Scott, mortgage services director at Connells Group, says: “Having Kent Reliance on our panel of lenders will enable us to expand into new areas of business and service a wider pool of customers.

“I am delighted to welcome Kent Reliance onto the Connells Group mortgage panel, not only for its expertise in areas like shared ownership, but also its innovative approach to specialist lending areas, such as buy-to-let.”

Martin Leong, commercial director at Kent Reliance, adds: “We are delighted to have been selected to join the Connells Group mortgage panel. Connells’ commitment to providing its customers with a range of innovative mortgage products mirrors our own and the inclusion of Kent Reliance on the panel highlights our expertise in addressing niche areas of the mortgage market.”

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