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CMLS offers application fee refunds till December 31

Complete Mortgage & Loan Services is offering a full refund of its application fee on all sub-prime packaged cases submitted between October 17 and December 31 2005.

Tristan Pile, head of sales and marketing at CMLS, says: “We are delighted to announce this time-limited offer of full application fee refunds, payable on completion of all sub-prime applications submitted by the end of the year.

“As a leading packager we understand that we have to offer added value to mortgage brokers. No application fee for this limited period is a highly attractive benefit to potential mortgage clients especially in the sub-prime section of the market where clients are looking to keep costs as low as possible.

“CMLS offers a number of competitive exclusive sub-prime mortgage products, so brokers can also save their clients money by accessing these exclusive deals.”

The fully refunded application fee offer applies to CMLS entire sub-prime lender panel and no minimum loan amount applies. CMLS already offers a free valuation service.

Pile adds: “We are in a period of intense competition from both lenders and packagers, so brokers need to keep up to date on the best offers available to their clients, and respond to them quickly to reap the maximum benefit both for their mortgage clients and for their own businesses.”

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