Bank of Ireland UK teams up with Connells

06 November 2015


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Bank of Ireland for Intermediaries is now offering its mortgage products through the estate agency group, Connells.

Connells is one of the most successful estate agency groups in the UK, with a network of around 170 branches.

Alison Pallett, Director of Sales UK Mortgages at Bank of Ireland UK, said:

Our products have been recognised as offering the best value to homebuyers and owners, and this partnership with Connells endorses further what we are doing.

Adrian Scott, Connells’ Group Mortgage Services Director, welcomed the news:

This partnership adds another excellent lender to our panel, strengthening the proposition for both our customers and mortgage consultants. We now look forward to working closely with the Bank of Ireland team to develop the proposition for our customers.

One of the benefits available to intermediaries working with Bank of Ireland UK is access to their market-leading online application system - designed to provide an easy and efficient experience for intermediaries.

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