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BM Solutions updates sub-prime and self-cert sub-prime

BM Solutions has launched a new selection of products across its sub-prime and self-cert sub-prime ranges.

Rates in the sub-prime range include:

5.45% three year tracker, available at 90% LTV with free valuation

5.99% two year tracker, available at 90% LTV with free 500 cash back

Rates in the self-cert sub-prime range include:

5.65% three year tracker, available at 85% LTV with free valuation

5.85% two year tracker, available at 85% LTV

Chris Pearson, head of sales and marketing at BM Solutions, says: “BM always offers brokers a choice of products to suit their clients’ variety of needs. These deals bring our range right up to date and should create a lot of interest. I look forward to seeing them contribute to the record business levels we have been processing recently.”


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