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Advantage launches mortgage range with Kensington

Advantage Home Loans has launched with a range of flexible one and three year fixed rates with Kensington Mortgages, to give brokers access to sub-prime flexible features for their client usually only available on the high street.

The range gives access overpay by regular amounts or a lump sum, borrow back at any time, no limit on payment holidays for as long as overpayment will fund and rates from 4.50%

Sarah Jones, product manager at Advantage, says: “These products offer a flexible solution for people with flexible needs and incomes with near prime through to high levels of adverse credit. Our own research conducted for the Advantage Index shows that the market place is changing and lenders are responding actively towards this by bringing out revolutionary products such as these”.

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