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Four lenders join Mortgage 2000 mortgage club

Mortgage 2000 Mortgage Club yesterday announced that four new lenders have joined its lender panel, bringing the total number of lenders to 50. Club lenders now account for over 95% of the volume mortgage lending market.

 

The four lenders are Scottish Widows Bank, Manchester, Norwich and Peterborough and Lloyds TSB Scotland.

 

Alan Collinson, m2-mortgage club national sales manager, says: “With the addition of these four lenders, we are now giving brokers and their clients a truly comprehensive choice across all market sectors. The new lenders join us with competitive fee offerings in place and the promise of exclusive products.

 

“In this industry you cannot rest on your laurels. This is why m2-mortgage club is constantly looking to expand its offering and bring more deals to the market.”

 

 

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