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Affirmative and The Mortgage Force launch bridging venture

Bridging lender Affirmative has linked up with The Mortgage Force to support its growth in the bridging loans market.

The Mortgage Force has a referral arrangment with Affirmative which means that Affirmative’s bridging loans will be available to the whole of its franchise network.

Paul Rumbold, marketing and sales director of Affirmative, says: “There is real synergy between the two organisations and the arrangement helps both parties in the market.

“This also helps to support our growth strategy for the future.”

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