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Pink sees bumper month for AR applications

Pink Home Loans has experienced a bumper month in terms of appointed representative business writer applications.

In February, the mortgage network received 40 applications, which is its highest number since its April 2008 record of 54.

David Copland, managing director at Pink Home Loans, says comments: “In December we were pleased to announce that we had received 39 business writer applications, so February’s results have exceeded our expectations. Our subsidiary company, BDS Mortgage Group, has also had an excellent start to the year in terms of AR applications.

He adds: “It is clear that intermediaries are looking to networks to help them through the current market conditions and the consistently high number of applications Pink is receiving proves that we have a reputation for doing just that.

“We pride ourselves on being a quality network with an attractive proposition and this has been substantiated by recently being voted Best Mortgage Network 2009 by Mortgage Strategy magazine.”

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