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Pepper Homeloans to sell through Tenet brokers

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Pepper Homeloans,will now be selling its specialist mortgages through Tenet intermediaries.

Tenet advisers will get access to all Pepper’s residential and buy-to-let mortgages.

Pepper Homeloans director of sales Rob Barnard says: “Tenet is a leading network and an important new distribution partner for Pepper Homeloans.”

TenetLime managing director Gemma Harle says: “We are delighted to welcome Pepper on board.

“Pepper offer a good option for those who have just chosen to go self-employed and its flexible criteria are ideal for certain tricky or unconventional cases that the mainstream high street lenders are unwilling to accept.”

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