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Advantage launches workshops for e:valuate

Following the successful launch of e:valuate, the online sub-prime mortgage sourcing solution from Advantage Home Loans, a series of nine regional workshops have been launched to spread the benefits to brokers direct of how e:valuate aims to revolutionise the way brokers source sub-prime deals.

Kate Huet, marketing director at Advantage says: We are excited and proud to be taking e:valuate on the road in November, and will cover the whole of the UK. The reception from brokers, networks and lenders has been very positive, places will be filled quickly and we are encouraging brokers to register on-line as soon as possible

Specialist lender First National will be supporting the Advantage team by sponsoring the nine events.

Judith White, national sales manager secured lending at GE Money Home Lending, says: “We wholeheartedly support Advantage’s imminent workshops and are proud to be the sponsor of this initiative. e:valuate offers a specific online, sub-prime sourcing system thereby further increasing the cost and time benefits that are offered by Advantage. The workshops will make sure that brokers will have the practical training to get the most from the system, as well as finding out more about how branded lending has enhanced the relationship between Advantage and First National.”

Brokers can register online for the e:valuate workshops on line at www.afg.co.uk

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