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Brightstar offers Link Loans’ 7.9% second charge rate

Specialist distributor, Brightstar Financial has been chosen to offer Link Loans’ market leading second charge rate of 7.9%.

Brightstar will also have access to the whole Link Loans suite of products including loans for the self-employed and those that don’t always fit a prime vanilla offering.

Rob Jupp, managing director at Brightstar, says: “We are absolutely thrilled to have secured this unique and fantastic product which is the cheapest second charge in the UK now and also the cheapest for almost three years.

“It provides brokers excellent value as a blend versus a remortgage and opens up a new and innovative product. No one will be closer to Link than Brightstar geographically which will give and brokers real commercial advantage.”

David Johnson, chief executive officer of Link Loans, says: “We are delighted to be working with Rob and the team at Brightstar. Link continues to strive to help brokers with innovative products and premium service. Brightstar is a great addition to our intermediary network

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