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MT to offer free valuations on B&W B2L

Mortgage Times will be offering free valuation on all buy-to-let and self-cert products from Bristol and West’s new range, which is available from the early part of next week.

Payam Azadi, director of marketing at Mortgage Times, says: “B&W are one of our key partners for 2008, and we have always had a particularly strong product offering with them.

“It gives me great pleasure to enhance their core range with the added incentive of a free valuation, especially when many other packagers have scaled back on such incentives.

“Although the range will be launched next week, we are already committing to this incentive to notify our members of the fantastic opportunity.”

Mark Howell, head of marketing at B&W, adds: “As one of the leading specialist intermediary lenders, we are delighted to be working with Mortgage Times, who have consistently bought innovation to the broker arena.

“The self-cert and buy-to-let range offers a broad range across a wide range of LTVs.”

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