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Mortgage Next unveils brand to target DA brokers

Mortgage Next has unveiled Mortgage Next Partners as the brand it will use to target the directly authorised broker market.

The Mortgage Next Partners brand will sit alongside Mortgage Next Network, which was launched in 2004 to represent the companys proposition for appointed representatives.

Mortgage Next Partners includes Passport, an initiative launched recently to provide DA brokers with a wide range of benefits, including free AirMiles on all completed mortgage cases.

Martin Maynard, managing director of Mortgage Next Partners, says: “Our objective in launching this brand has been to create clarity and focus for our proposition to DA brokers.

“We want to clearly differentiate our offering from the sticker and submit approach adopted by a number of mortgage clubs and demonstrate to DA brokers that we do want to work with them as partners and not simply treat them as a registration numbers.”



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