Natwest joins AIPP

April 18th, 2007

Natwest International has become the first bank to become a member of the Association of International Property Professionals (AIPP).

As part of the NatWest International Personal Banking product set, NatWest offers a ‘Spanish Mortgage’ product to its customers wanting to buy a home in Spain.

The AIPP, a non-profit organisation, was set up to give consumers confidence and information on buying property abroad. It will guide and regulate the international property industry helping consumers to get the best possible support to easily achieve their ambition of buying their dream home. The AIPP aims to provide accountability and transparency for consumers looking to buy a property abroad.

Darren Fretwell, head of UK sales and international mortgages at NatWest International said: “The AIPP’s sole aim is to improve professionalism in the international property market, helping the industry and the public. We want to give our customers confidence when they come to us and they will now have that safety net. We are there to support and guide them through the process of buying their dream property abroad.”

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