Mortgage Choice adds BOQ to lending panel

by Mike Wood30 Apr 2021

Mortgage Choice has announced a major addition to its lender panel, with Bank of Queensland (BOQ) set to come onboard. The addition of BOQ take the total number of lenders on their panel to over 30.

“The BOQ partnership sees our lender panel grow to more than 30 lenders, which includes the major banks, customer-owned institutions and digital offerings,” said Emma Dupont-Brown, General Manager of Product and Corporate Communications at Mortgage Choice. “It is encouraging to see an increasing number of lenders expand their presence and drive investment into the broker channel.”

“We take a considered approach to new partnerships, ensuring that our range of solutions is competitive for customers whilst also delivering a valuable service proposition to our brokers. Brokers are actively looking for more options to meet their customers diverse needs, and at Mortgage Choice we believe it is crucial to equip our brokers with quality options.

“This is the fourth new partner Mortgage Choice has added to its residential panel since August 2020."

In addition to Bank of Queensland, HomeStart Finance and 86 400 have also joined the Mortgage Choice panel recently.

“As one of Australia’s leading regional banks, BOQ is a welcome addition to our growing lender panel. They’ve invested in their broker service proposition to deliver a streamlined process that both brokers and customers can benefit from. We’re looking forward to partnering with them in this exciting growth phase,” added Dupont-Brown.

Kathy Cummings, General Manager of Broker at Bank of Queensland, was excited to link up with Mortgage Choice.

“We are delighted to join the Mortgage Choice lender panel,” she said. “This partnership with a nationally recognised brand allows us to expand the distribution of our home loans across the country and help more Australians realise their property goals.” 

“We are committed to delivering a simple and convenient service to brokers and a seamless experience for their customers. We strongly believe in the broker value proposition and the service they deliver to 60% of Australian borrowers.”