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Teachers BS added to PTFS panel

Teachers Building Society has joined Personal Touch Financial Services’ mortgage panel.

The society offers mortgages to teachers and other professionals across England and Wales as well as other individuals of any profession looking to purchase or remortgage in Dorset, Hampshire or Wiltshire.

Teachers chief executive James Bawa says: “Our intermediaries are extremely important to our business and we’re delighted to be signing up with another network. Personal Touch prides itself on its excellent, personal customer service which is close to the heart of Teachers Building Society, and we look forward to new introduced business via its network of professional mortgage consultants. 

“At Teachers we are dedicated to helping teachers and local residents purchase their dream home – which can be challenging in the current housing market. By working with a network which offers the same level of personal service and professional standards that we aim for, we can work together to help make this happen.”

PTFS mortgage proposition manager Vikki Jefferies says: “Adding Teachers Building Society to our panel will provide our members with a really impressive niche lender to support the development of their business with customers in the education sector. The exclusive nature of their distribution means that we are one of just three networks to have access to this attractive product range.”

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