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M2 adds Accord to lender panel

Mortgage 2000 Design Processing, the packaging arm of the group, has enhanced its lender panel with the addition of Accord Mortgages.

This is a further addition to the adverse credit facilities that M2 currently offers.

With Accord Mortgages on the panel, M2 can now offer clients with adverse credit more options as the credit repair guarantee enables clients to have the opportunity to repair their credit with Accord and get their next product from the prime range.

Iain Smith, sales director at Accord, says: Im delighted that M2 has agreed to promote and package Accords credit repair range.

This will greatly assist Accord in meeting its service standards and delivering the highest possible levels of service for its intermediaries.

M2 is expanding the range of services it offers and is confident that it can deliver a first class service to intermediaries and their customers.

Sean Hornsby, managing director at Mortgage 2000, says: Accord and M2 have developed a strong working relationship over some time through M2s direct to lender channel, M2-mortgage club.

Due to the strength of this relationship, it was felt by both companies that the time was right to extend the relationship to include packaging.

This latest announcement will further enhance the relationship and increase the choice and value of the M2 proposition.

Accord Mortgages launched its sub-prime product range offering credit repair to the whole of the market in January 2006.

Products are available across all levels of adverse, from near prime to unlimited.

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