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Accord expands credit repair offering

Accord has expanded its credit repair product range with two-year fixed rates that come with free valuation

Accords offering now includes full-status and self-cert options from its near prime plus to its Unlimited range.

Its current range includes fixed rates from 5.55%, fixed rates with free valuation up to 470, tracker rates from 5.45%, and five-year fixed rates with up to 5 x income multiples starting from 5.7%

Cate Hillis, head of product development at Accord, says: We’re delighted with the reception of our recent expansion of the product range, which was undertaken in response to feedback from intermediaries.

As we approach one of the busiest times of the year, our range of free valuation products provides more choice as well as extremely competitive rates.


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