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The Mortgage Lenders forms partnership with Crystal Specialist Finance

The Mortgage Lender has added Crystal Specialist Finance to its network of distribution partners.
The specialist distributor offers residential and commercial mortgages, bridging loans, second charge loans and development finance.
Crystal Specialist Finance head of operations Kris Corns says: “We’re delighted to form this partnership with The Mortgage Lender and become a distribution partner.
“Our aim is to provide a fast, reliable and transparent service while smoothing out the most complex deals and this new relationship with The Mortgage Lender will further help us to achieve just that for our customers.”
Challenger The Mortgage Lender offers products for a wide range of borrowers, including those with complex situations.
Sales and marketing director Pete Thomson says: “I’m excited to welcome Crystal Specialist Finance to The Mortgage Lender’s increasing network of distribution partners.
“We’re looking forward to working closely with the team.”

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