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Genesis Home Loans updates Freedom adverse

Genesis Home Loans has updated its Freedom adverse credit range, along with its Pathfinder, Prospector and Challenger products.

Interest rate amendments on the products have been made and new end dates have been given.

The Freedom range is a comprehensive &#39menu&#39 style sub-prime range that allows for CCJs, defaults, arrears, IVAs, bankruptcy and past repossessions.

The Pathfinder product is Genesis&#39s Home Loan&#39s non-status product that does not require clients to state an income on the application form.

Prospector is Genesis&#39s buy-to-let scheme, and Challenger is its &#39true&#39 self-certification product.

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