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Infinity joins MI lender panel

Infinity Mortgages has joined Mortgage Intelligences direct to lender panel.

Mortgage Intelligences appointed representatives and directly authorised brokers will have access to Infinitys specialist lending range with immediate effect.

With rates starting from 4.45% at one year discount, the range encompasses near prime, light and express categories of credit.

Infinitys addition takes Mortgage Intelligences panel to over 67 lenders, giving its ARs and DAs brokers greater choice in the specialist lending sector.

Simon Biddle, head of marketing and communications at Infinity, says: We are very happy to be working with the Mortgage Intelligence team, its AR and DA brokers.

As one of the leading networks in the country, we consider our admission to the panel as further recognition of our rapid evolution as a mortgage lender.

Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence, adds: I am delighted to welcome Infinity to our lender panel.

As one of the UKs newest lenders, we are confident that Infinitys attractive product range and service proposition will be of real value to both our AR and DA brokers.


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