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Genesis&#39 common approach works for IFAs

Genesis Home Loans says its recently launched common application form has been well received by intermediaries.

It says it has achieved its aim to develop a standard form for intermediaries making mortgage applications for clients that lets them choose from a wide range of lenders but keep stocks and paperwork to manageable levels.

Genesis says common forms reduce potential delays caused by using lender specific paperwork should a case need to be switched part way through the application.

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