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Kensington added to Advantage’s branded panel

Advantage Home Loans has added Kensington Mortgages to its branded panel.

Kensington is the sixth lender to come on board with the launch of the K600 range.

Exclusive highlights include free valuations, to a maximum property value of 500,000, cash back on all schemes and additional on-line premiums for enquiries made through e:valuate.

Kate Huet, marketing director at Advantage, says: “We are delighted to add Kensington to the range. We have been in serious negotiations with it for some time to open the door to branded and excited to have it on board. Brokers now have access to all their favourite sub-prime lenders under one roof and by accessing through the Advantage hub, also reap the benefits that come with Advantage.”

Alison Hutchinson, managing director at Kensington, adds: “We are pleased to have a branded partnership with Advantage and are looking forward to building on the strong relationship we continue to enjoy with it. The timing couldnt be better for Advantage as Kensington has also announced today further enhancements to our product range as well as improved pricing and promotions.”


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