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Complete offers fixed near prime product from Platform

Complete Mortgage and Loan Services has launched a new exclusive near prime fixed rate mortgage product funded by Platform.

Rates are 7.29% at 65% LTV with a +0.40% self-cert loading, and 7.59% at 75% LTV with a +0.60% self-cert loading.

The fixed period runs to September 2011 and legal fees are free for remortgages if title insurance is taken.

The product is available to first-time buyers, home movers and for remortgages and allows up to £500 in County Court judgements.

All defaults will be ignored whether satisfied or not. The maximum LTV for remortgages is 70% for both status and self cert. There is an arrangement fee of only £1295.00 that can be added to the loan, and ERCs of 6% of the amount redeemed apply until 1 September 2011.

Tristan Pile, sales and marketing director of Complete, says: “We are delighted to have been selected by Platform as the exclusive distributor of its new fixed rate mortgage product, and we expect demand to be high in a market that currently offers brokers and borrowers few choices.”

Neil Wyatt, regional sales manager at Platform, says: “Complete is a business partner of Platform and we are delighted to be able to distribute shared exclusives via our key packager relationships.”

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