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Aldermore improves broker website

  • 23/06/2017
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Aldermore improves broker website
Aldermore has redeveloped its website to allow brokers to access residential, buy-to-let and commercial finance, and property development products from one platform.

The aim of the new site is to make it easier and quicker for brokers to obtain information before submitting a client’s case to the bank.

Charles McDowell (pictured), commercial director of mortgages at Aldermore, said: “As our mortgages business continues to grow, it is important to ensure that our services match the needs of intermediaries, providing them with expert support on a day-to-day basis.

“We continue to listen to our brokers and have made changes to our services based on direct feedback. This ensures that our offering is in-line with their recommendations and continues to meet their needs.”

Last month, Aldermore reported its gross mortgage lending rose by 19% year-on-year to £646m in quarter one.

The bank’s interim management statement for the three months to 31 March showed lending to SMEs, homeowners and landlords had grown the loan book to £7.9bn in Q1; an increase of £450m year on year. Much of the growth came from buy-to-let lending agreed towards the end of 2016, when the bank closed the year with a strong pipeline.

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