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HomeLoan Partnership adds Cheshire to lender panel

Mortgage network, HomeLoan Partnership, has added Cheshire Building Society to its lender panel.

HLP says by joining forces with one of the strongest regional players in the UK it is allowing its intermediaries to offer the full range of Cheshire&#39s mortgage products to clients.

A maximum procuration fee of 3 per cent has been brokered between HLP and Cheshire, with the minimum payment to intermediaries set at £200.

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