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Clear Mortgage joins Freedom distributor panel

Clear Mortgage Administration, the specialist mortgage packager, has joined Freedom Lendings panel of mortgage distributors.

Clear Mortgage Administration will market the entire Freedom Lending product range, which includes self-cert, buy-to-let, let-to-buy and its On-Track sub-prime range, to mortgage brokers throughout the UK.

Colin Snowdon, managing director of Freedom Lending, says: “Were delighted to be adding Clear Mortgage Administration to our panel of distribution partners.

“The company has a strong reputation for marketing competitive products supported by excellent service and everyone at Freedom Lending is looking forward to working with David Booth and his team in the weeks to come.”

David Booth, managing director at Clear Mortgage Administration, says: “Freedom Lending has some really strong products on offer, with features such as its affordability calculation and its On-Track range, which helps borrowers get back to prime rates without needing to remortgage.

“I have no doubt that Freedoms products and excellent service will prove to be a big hit with the brokers who use our services.”

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