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Freedom adds Mortgage Times to it’s distribution panel

Freedom Lending, the specialist lender, has added The Mortgage Times Group to its panel of distributors.

Freedom Lending is making its full product range available via Mortgage
Times, which includes prime, sub-prime, self cert, let to buy and buy to let
mortgages.

Freedom Lendings product features include its popular affordability calculation, no credit scoring, self-cert to 90% LTV, BBR tracker rates and fixed rate options, and no higher lending charges on prime.

Colin Snowdon, managing director of Freedom Lending, says: Were delighted to be adding Mortgage Times to our distribution panel.

Mortgage Times has developed a strong reputation amongst both AR’s and DA brokers for providing a comprehensive one-stop service and has emerged as a significant and growing force in the intermediary mortgage market.

Richard Stokes, head of product development for Mortgage Times, says:
Freedom Lending has a strong reputation, not only for features such as its
affordability calculation and its innovative On-Track range of products, but
for providing a reliable high quality service.

We look forward to doing business with Freedom Lending over the coming months.

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