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Mortgage Intelligence launches exclusive tracker

Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next is offering a two-year tracker exclusive with an enhanced proc fee of 0.32% from Furness Building Society.

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Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence Holdings

The rate is 3.39% at up to 80% LTV with a free valuation and free legals for remortgages, and borrowers can overpay by 10% each year.

It is available for all appointed representatives and directly authorised members of Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next.

Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence Holdings, says: “All Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next members will receive an enhanced procuration fee on this deal which is promptly paid to them on case completion.

“We are delighted to have been selected as the sole distribution channel for this product and look forward to continuing to work closely with Furness Building Society.”

Ian Bell, general manager of marketing and development for Furness Building Society, says: “We are looking forward to building a strong relationship that will add value for both us and Mortgage Intelligence Holdings.”

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