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Teachers Building Society launches broker portal

Teachers Building Society has launched a new online portal for intermediaries.

The society returned to the intermediary market earlier this year and has been working with QT Systems to improve its online functionality to make it easier for brokers to access product information and retrieve and process application documents.

Alan Gravett, head of sales and marketing at Teachers Building Society, says “Q-Broker enables us to ensure that intermediaries have everything they need at their fingertips when discussing our mortgage products with their clients. We’re delighted that this portal is launched and are grateful to QT Systems and our Internet agency Appius for all their hard work and expertise leading up to the launch.”

Teachers Building Society has partnered with two mortgage broker networks, Legal & General Mortgage Club and Mortgage Intelligence/Next as part of a strategy to broaden its reach in the mortgage market.

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