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BM Solutions launch sub-prime range

BM Solutions today launched a sub-prime generic range.

Offering 45 revitalised deals, the range empowers brokers to satisfy sub-prime cases.

Products in the sub-prime range include near prime 5.69% two year fixed at 90% LTV, and near prime 5.89% three year tracker at 90% LTV with free valuation and 500 cash back.

Products in the Sub-Prime Self-Cert range include near prime 5.89% two year fixed at 85% LTV, and near prime 5.99% three year tracker at 85% LTV with free valuation and 500 cashback.

Martin Reynolds, head of sales at BM Solutions, says: “It is always fantastic to offer such great rates to the market. I know brokers will welcome these as tools to secure non-conforming cases, providing clients with the best opportunity to repay funding and ultimately mend their credit rating.

“Combining these rates with our renowned levels of service and support means brokers can be sure of offering their clients the best possible solution.”

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