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Mortgage Next signs up Halifax and Woolwich

Independent mortgage network Mortgage Next has signed deals with Halifax and Woolwich which will allow their mainstream mortgage products to be distributed through its brokers.

Halifax national intermediary account manager Andrew Bottomley says: “our intermediary links are extremely important to us and the Mortgage Next arrangement opens the door to lots of new contacts.”

Mortgage Next managing director Martin Maynard says: “We are currently in negotiations with additional high street providers to increase our offering even more.”

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