The four additions are Charles Cameron, Finance Planning Group, First Mortgage and Tenet Lime.
The bank began offering its mortgages through the intermediary channel in October 2014 when it launched a pilot scheme with Countrywide. After a period of around 10 months, HSBC gradually began to bring more broker firms and networks on board starting with London and Country in July 2015 and a raft of companies in 2016 including Openwork, Sesame, Alexander Hall and Mortgage Advice Bureau.
In June last year, the bank grabbed headlines with its 0.99% two-year fixed rate at 65% loan-to-value, the first product to ever break the 1% interest rate barrier.
Tracie Pearce, HSBC’s head of mortgages in the UK, said: “The start of the year always gets people thinking about making changes in their life, and getting onto the housing ladder or moving house is a regular new years’ resolution. Making our mortgages available to more intermediary partners will provide a greater choice of deals for house-hunters and those looking to remortgage.”