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The Nottingham resumes offering mortgages

Jake Carter

November 3, 2020

UK houses

The Nottingham has resumed offering mortgage products after it withdrew from the market in September due to “unprecedented application levels” over the summer.

Moreover, the building society will now offer a range of fixed rate and discount residential, buy-to-let, limited company buy-to-let and self-build products.

In order to maintain demand, the lender will offer its mortgages via a limited distribution of 12 networks and large firms including BuildLoan, London & Country, Mortgage Advice Bureau, Mortgage Intelligence, Openwork, Quilter, Sesame, Stonebridge, Tenet and Primis Mortgage Network.

Nikki Warren-Dean, head of intermediary sales at The Nottingham, said: “We are happy to have mortgages available again following the temporary break, which acted as a positive opportunity to work through the unprecedented level of applications.

“We can assure all brokers that this is structured in a way that eases us back into the marketplace in a measured way to ensure we can maintain our high levels of service. We hope to be able to open up distribution to our entire broker network in the very near future.”


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