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L&C teams up with Propp for specialist finance referrals

  • 04/09/2023
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L&C teams up with Propp for specialist finance referrals
Fee-free mortgage broker London and Country (L&C) has partnered with to refer customers with “specialist property finance needs”.

The collaboration will allow the broker’s clients to “receive expert advice and support” on specialist finance, with a focus on commercial, bridging, second charge, and development finance.

L&C will refer their specialist finance enquiries to Propp’s team, allowing customers with specialist requirements to “access the level of expertise required to provide excellent advice on complex and specialist cases”.

Propp was launched in 2020 and is a specialist property finance comparison site, with customers able to compare second charge, bridging and development finance and commercial mortgages.

The firm uses technology to simplify the borrowing process, improve competition with lender and increase choice to consumers.

Alan Young (pictured), CEO at L&C, said: “I’m committed to expanding our leading advice service further and so am delighted to take another step on that road and enhance our specialist proposition in partnership with Propp.

“Specialist finance is likely to be a growing need for our customers and Propp’s team are experts in the specialist space.  Their online comparison site offers a platform where borrowers can freely compare products to see a full picture of the market.

“Ensuring our customers get the highest standard of service and advice is always the highest priority, and I’m confident they are in the right hands with Propp.”

Peter Williams, CEO of Propp, said “We are incredibly excited to announce this partnership. L&C are a household name and undoubtedly lead the way when it comes to mortgages in the UK. It’s a privilege to be trusted to provide their customers with specialist advice.

“It has been refreshing to work with like-minded people in the industry who are open to collaboration in the best interest of borrowers across the country.”

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