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MT launches Payam’s Prizes

The Mortgage Times Group has launched a monthly prize initiative called Payam’s Prizes.

The prize giveaway will see one intermediary member each month win a fabulous prize when submitting an application to the special guest lender.

For June, The Mortgage Times Group has teamed up with DB Mortgages to offer its members to win a weekend break in Prague.

The package for two includes a weekend in a double room in a four star hotel in the heart of the city. The winner will be announced at the end of June.

Payam Azadi, head of marketing at The Mortgage Times Group, says: “Payam’s Prizes is another way to reward our intermediaries when submitting applications, and a great way to introduce our various lender partners’ products and services to a wider market.

“Fantastic prizes are available in association with our lender of the month, and we are sure that our members will enjoy the initiative a great deal.”

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