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Bankhall and e.surv announce partnership

UK market leading firm e.surv Chartered Surveyors and intermediary services provider Bankhall have announced a new partnership to provide valuation services.

The arrangement follows Bankhall&#39s acquisition of the Norwich Union Mortgage Club and is the latest in a series of strategic announcements from Bankhall regarding the mortgage market.

Managing director of e.surv Paul Latham says: “This is a fantastic deal not only for both parties, but also for our lender relationships. Bankhall&#39s accessible market accounts for over £40 billion of UK lending and together we can offer to lenders technology and service solutions which will substantially enhance their own position in the UK lending market.”

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