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Premier Mortgage Service facility is still available

From John Malone

In a recent article, Richard Griffiths questioned the Premier Mortgage Service proposition in the changing mortgage market (Mortgage Strategy May 24) .

I would like to reassure all your readers – and our many users – that the traditional Premier Mortgage Service facility i.e. yellow label and procuration fee direct payment, is very much still available today and, furthermore, will be available in the future.

To suggest anything else is misleading – in fact, it is simply incorrect.

Director

Premier Mortgage Services

By email

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