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Edeus delivers first 24-hour remortgage

Edeus last week delivered the first 24-hour remortgage completion on its London & European instant funds service with John Charcol.

The lender says that while its instant funds service has been delivering a five-day application to completion cycle on remortgages for the past four months, this was the first time it had been able to show what its express L&E instant funds option could do.

Alan Cleary, managing director of edeus, says: “It offers a guaranteed three-day turnaround and both the broker and the client were blown away with the 24-hour service.”

Simon Holdsworth, senior partner at John Charcol, says: “I had to help a client at a time when the outlook was bleak. Christmas was two weeks away and it seemed impossible to find them a solution.

“But two hours after walking in, my client was able to leave with a firm offer in their hands.”

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