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Mortgage:box adds First National

Personal Touch Financial Services’ Mortgage:box has added First National’s ‘Direct 2 U’ range.

At a time when the market is continuing to tighten, GE Home Lending brand First National offers a number of high LTV, buy-to-let and self-cert deals via.

Dev Malle, sales director at Mortgage:box, says: “The timing of the launch with First National Direct on the Mortgage:box panel in extremely important.

“Not only is it a strong, sustainable brand that deals with specialist products, it has a reputation for innovation and is intermediary dedicated bringing a much needed addition to the mortgage market of another direct to lender mortgage proposition.

“Mortgage:box is continuing to grow and now with almost 50 lenders on panel we can offer DA’s a wide range of products.

“We believe that First National Direct 2 U will give DA’s access to a wide range of flexible products that brokers can rely on through highly experienced underwriting teams.”

Anthony Radford, sales director of GE Money Home Lending, says: “GE MHL is dedicated to working with strategic partners, allowing access to our wide range of products, which are backed by the GE AAA rating.

“We look forward to building upon our already existing relationship with Personal Touch and to offering innovative and value products to the direct to broker channel through Mortgage: box.”

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