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em- launches products with First National

em-homeloans is offering a range of products in conjunction with lending partner First National.

The branded lending division of em- will offer to brokers a light to medium, two-year fixed rate at 85% LTV with a rate of 6.59%, a high two-year discount at 75% LTV with a rate of 6.44%, and a first-time buyer 95% LTV two-year discount with a rate of 5.94%.

The products also qualify for the em- offer of free valuations and no application fee.

Simon Mouncher, operations director at em-, says: As a leading UK branded lender and mortgage packager, we are pleased to be able to offer such fantastic exclusives in conjunction with First National. Our aim is to offer the best possible service and products to our broker community and we are sure that these will be an attractive solution to many brokers, especially when coupled with our free valuation, no application fee offer.

Judith White, national sales manager of GE Money Home Lending says: We have worked closely with em- to develop a range that will appeal to intermediaries and customers alike. Since we launched our branded lending initiative with em- it has gone from strength to strength. I am really excited about developing even more innovative and competitive offerings in the New Year.

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