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Vida Homeloans opens distribution to networks and members

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Vida Homeloans is expanding its distribution to several networks and individual brokers.

The new distributors include Instrinsic, Sesame and SimplyBiz, as well as members of Legal & General Mortgage Club and Nouveau.

The lender also recently opened its distribution to selected packagers.

Vida Homeloans sales & marketing director Guy Batchelor says: “Our goal is to ensure our product proposition, our technology and our service to intermediaries is as compelling as possible.”

Legal & General Mortgage Club director Jeremy Duncombe says: “Vida will provide more choice and competition in the specialist sector, helping brokers to provide holistic solutions to a wider range of clients.”

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