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Pink launches new Platform products

Pink Home Loans has launched a new range of semi-exclusive products funded by Platform as part of Pinks club proposition.

The products are across the board from adverse to prime, Right to Buy to buy-to-let. All the product rates have a 0.2% reduction compared to Platforms core range and many of them boast free valuations.

Initial pay rates start from as little as 4.78% (BBR + 0.28% for 3 years and free valuation) for a buy to let mortgage and all rates are accessed by the intermediary by submitting their cases directly to Platform.

Dev Malle, sales director at Pink Home Loans, says: We have had tremendous success with Platform on our direct to lender business and the new semi exclusive set of products will enhance this further.

“We have had considerable feedback from our sales team that these products are in demand from our members. In addition, click decision and payment in 24 hours of completion through Pink will enhance the service on what is an excellent set of products.

Richard Beardshaw, head of sales at Platform, says: We are pleased to be able to offer these semi-exclusive products via Pink and expect them to prove extremely popular with its intermediary distribution.

“Our relationship with Pink goes from strength to strength and we look forward to working with them again in the future.

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