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Edeus launches new products for PMS members

Edeus has launched four products which will be available to Premier Mortgage Service members.

The range includes two 2 year tracker self-certified products and two 2 year tracker income buy to let AVM products.

The first of the self-cert products is a 90 per cent LTV 2 year tracker at 5.89 per cent. The second is an 85 per cent LTV 2 year tracker product at 5.79 per cent. Both carry a flat arrangement fee of £1,249.

Both of the Income Buy to Let AVM products, where free AVMs are available on suitable properties, are priced at 6.44 per cent. The first option offers an arrangement fee of just £599. Alternatively borrowers can opt for the second product which has no ERCs and has an arrangement fee of 1 per cent.

PMS managing director John Malone says: “Since launching with edeus their products have been proven to be popular with our members and their clients. We are grateful to edeus who have created this range of exclusive products. The competitive attributes of this offering will prove hugely beneficial to our database of intermediaries.”

Edeus director of corporate accounts Martin Reynolds adds: “PMS were the first distributor to sign up with edeus and we have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship ever since. We’re dedicated to rewarding our key intermediary partners and, as such, we are extremely pleased to be launching these exciting joint deals.”

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