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AToM launches combined remortgage fees deal

All Types of Mortgages is launching the Remo Package a deal that combines valuation and legal costs in one heavily discounted application fee.

Richard Hearn, managing director of AToM, says: “We’ve been looking at a number of ways in which we can assist our introducers save money for their clients and over the last few weeks we’ve launched some great new initiatives.

“We have been planning this project for some considerable time and have now teamed up with legal specialists easier2move to launch this special offering.”

The Remo Package combines the lenders valuation costs and standard legal remortgage charges, ensuring substantial savings – up to as much as £749 off high street prices.

Unlike most other offerings in the market, the deal includes VAT and normal disbursements.

The package is also available for buy-to-let remortgages.

Hearn adds: “In this market it is a fact that many people remortgaging will face higher repayments. With the Remo Package we are looking to do our bit to make remortgaging easier, quicker and most importantly, cheaper.”

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