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MI links with Countrywide Conveyancing for exclusive BM deal

To coincide with the four-day BM Solutions buy-to-let remortgage products, Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next will have exclusive access to a special deal through Countrywide Conveyancing Services.

This deal is exclusively linked to BM Solutions two-year fixed rate at 4.29% and two-year tracker at 3.79% buy-to-let products.

The offer will be available to Mortgage Intelligence, Mortgage Next and Countrywide Mortgage Services customers for the next four days only – expiring on June 3 and offers a fixed fee of £375 inclusive of both VAT and disbursements.

Sally Laker, managing director for Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next, says: “By utilising the conveyancing services of Countrywide we are delighted to be able to offer our ARs and DA’s a further competitive edge in the market, allowing our customers and clients to take full advantage of the great product on offer”.

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