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Mortgage Sense offers £99 valuation fees on Kensington deals

Sub-prime packager Mortgage Sense has unveiled an offer of £99 valuation fees for all valuations carried out up to £100,000, and £200 for valuations between £100,000 and £250,000 on any Kensington Mortgages cases submitted for a limited period.

A 1% procuration fee will be payable on all Kensington applications &#45 except Kensington&#39s very low adverse range where a procuration fee of 0.5% will be payable. No administration fees will be charged on any case.

Mortgage Sense business development manager Phil Downey says: “This special offer gives mortgage advisers a great chance to offer added value to customers, across the whole of Kensington&#39s improved mortgage range.”

Sarah Bradwell, sales development manager for Kensington Mortgages, says: “We are pleased to be working with Mortgage Sense on this promotion, as it has established packagers with many years experience in dealing within the sub-prime sector.”

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