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TFC adds Equifinance to second charge panel

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TFC Homeloans has added Equifinance to its second charge lender panel.

Equifinance’s full second charge range is available to brokers.

The lender assesses applications on a case-by-case basis.

TFC Homeloans managing director Nigel Payne says: “Equifinance is a great addition to our second charge mortgage panel, with its sensible, individual and refreshing approach to underwriting.”

Equifinance managing director Tony Marshall says: “We are delighted to be included on the TFC Homeloans lender panel and look forward to working closely with Nigel and his team.”

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