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Amber releases new products

Amber Homeloans has launched several new products throughout its range.

The new offers range from near prime through to super heavy adverse, as well as the buy-to-let, adverse buy-to-let, and prime self-certification ranges.

The heavy adverse is available up to 85% LTV, with two-year discounted rates. Up to £15,000 CCJs, and four missed mortgage payment in the last 12 months are acceptable.

The super heavy adverse is available up to 85% LTV, with discounted rates from 5.87%. Full status and self-cert options available with unlimited CCJs, missed mortgage payments, defaults and IVAs acceptable.

Procuration fees up to a maximum of £10,000 available on all products.

Mike Perry, associate director sales and marketing at Amber, says: “This is a really strong selection of products; competitively priced, with no ERC overhang and no HLC. With full-status and self-cert options available, intermediaries have access to a range of products to meet a wide variety of client needs, all through Amber.”

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