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MCI Mortgage Club signs Hodge Lifetime

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MCI Mortgage Club has signed Hodge Lifetime to its panel.

The lender joins others including Lloyds Banking Group, Nationwide and Woolwich.

Hodge Lifetime caters to the retirement market. Its products include a 55+ residential mortgage product and an equity release range.

MCI Mortgage Club managing director Phil Whitehouse says: “MCI Club continues to grow its lender panel to give members even more choice when assisting their clients whether they be straightforward or complex cases.”

Hodge Lifetime business development director Steve Cox says: “As the later life lending sector continues to evolve and grow we are delighted to be working with MCI Club and its advisers to help serve growing customer advice needs.”

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