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Nottingham to sell through L&G Mortgage Club

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The Nottingham Building Society is now distributing its residential and buy-to-let products through Legal & General Mortgage Club.

Nottingham Building Society head of intermediary sales Nikki Warren says: “We are delighted to be taking these steps with L&G Mortgage Club. We want to help as many brokers as we can to allow them to offer our range of products to their clients.

“This is the first step in a growth phase that will see us opening our doors to more opportunities.”

L&G Mortgage Club director Jeremy Duncombe says: “We are delighted to be the first mortgage club to offer full access to the Nottingham for our members.

“The Nottingham has worked closely with us for several years via our key account partners, but this now allows our entire distribution to use their competitive range of products and criteria and we expect it to be very popular.”

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