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Freedom enhances product range

Freedom Lending has launched a number of enhancements to its product range, including a three-year stepped discount with rates starting from 4.58% and no overhanging early repayment charges, which is available on its standard adverse range of mortgages.

Other enhancements include the availability of free legals on all remortgages in England and Wales and an increase in the maximum loan size to 85% LTV of 400K.

Colin Snowdon, managing director of Freedom Lending, says: Stepped discounts have grown in popularity and were delighted to be launching the most competitive three-year deal currently on offer. Early feedback from brokers is encouraging and, with the free legals offer and the introduction of a new max loan to 85% LTV, we anticipate significant interest from brokers.

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