HSBC is offering mortgages through three new brokers in a bid to widen access to its mortgages.
This follows its successful partnerships with Countrywide, which launched in October 2014, and the extension to include London & Country last August.
The three new brokers are Springtide Capital, Alexander Hall and SPF Private Clients.
Springtide Capital is expected to be the first to have access to HSBC mortgages from 8 April.
Alexander Hall will follow and SPF Private Clients will be ready later this month.
Tracie Pearce, HSBC’s head of mortgages in the UK said: “We know the importance of providing choice and convenience to our customers, this is especially true when it comes to getting a mortgage.
“By bringing on three new brokers more people will have the chance to purchase their first property or move up the housing ladder.
"We would like to thank Countrywide and London & Country for the great work they've done already and we are looking forward to working with these new brokers."
HSBC said it has worked hard to cement its commitment to brokers including launching a purpose-built portal and developing new application processes.
Brokers also now have full online capabilities and are able to submit and track applications.
They have direct access to the underwriting team to make the mortgage application process as smooth and simple as possible.