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GMAC-RFC joins Mortgage Promotions&#39 direct access lending panel

GMAC-RFC has joined Mortgage Promotions&#39 direct access lending panel.

Nick Baxter, director at Mortgage Promotions, says: “GMAC&#39s approach to underwriting and competitive products has always made it a popular choice with mortgage intermediaries and I am pleased that GMAC decided to give our members direct access to them.”

Peter Izard, key account manager at GMAC-RFC, adds: “Mortgage intermediaries have always been an important source of good quality business for GMAC. We are delighted to form a relationship with Mortgage Promotions who has been able to prove a substantial influence in the mortgage market.”


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