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em- launches free valuation deal

em– has launched a free valuations and no application fee offer across the DB Mortgages product range, available from the June 4.

This offer is an added enhancement to the sub-prime range of products from the newest lender on em-‘s panel, and is available in England and Wales only.

Highlights of the range include unlimited products up to 85% LTV and adverse to adverse cases accepted.

Simon Mouncher, operations director at em-, says: “This exclusive offer not only widens the spectrum of products available but it also shows a lender demonstrating true commitment to both the packager market and their customers.”

Mark Bergin, director of sales and marketing for DB Mortgages, says: “DB Mortgages is very pleased to have been added to em-‘s lender panel, and look forward to working with them on future initiatives.”

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