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Pink launches self-cert exclusive

Pink Home Loans has joined forces with The Mortgage Business to offer a new exclusive, self-certification deal designed for remortgage clients.

The product offers a rate of 0.75% over the Bank of England base rate until January 2004, giving an initial pay rate of 4.75%.

David Copland, sales and marketing director, comments: “This product is an attractive proposition for borrowers requiring true self-certification, looking to remortgage an existing residential property. The Mortgage Business, a leader in the self-cert sector of the mortgage market, does not require potential borrowers to provide accounts, nor does it seek income verification.”

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