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V Loans boosts panel with Lancashire Mortgage Corporation

Specialist second charge master broker V Loans has added Lancashire Mortgage Corporation to its packaged panel.

The development follows the addition of Blemain Finance to the panel and further builds on the relationship between Blemain Group and V Loans.

V Loans, which also deals with commercial and short-term finance, will now offer a the full range of Lancashire Mortgage Corporation products including commercial bridging finance.

Marie Grundy, director of V Loans, says: “We are pleased to be developing our relationship with the Blemain Group by adding another of their companies to our panel.

“The addition of Lancashire Mortgage Corporation will help our members bring more cases to completion in this challenging marketplace.”

Gary Bailey, director of Lancashire Mortgage Corporation, says: “We are confident that our product range will complement the existing V Loans offer and will help their brokers to complete more commercial business.”


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