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Pink launches self-cert product with Platform

Pink Home Loans has launched a self-cert product with branded lending partner Platform.

The product tracks the Bank of England base rate plus 1.14% for two years, offering an initial pay rate of 5.64% plus £500 cash back.

The product is available to Pink Premier and mortgage club customers, and offers a broker commission of 0.60%.

Key selling features include £500 cash back, broker commission of 0.6% and £100 off the application/valuation fee for loans over £150,000 (packaged submission only).

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