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IF in online deal with E-Loan

Intelligent Finance has set up a link to internet mortgage sourcing website E-Loan.

E-Loan&#39s website will directly connected to IF&#39s on-line mortgage application pages including access to the bank&#39s personal loans, savings, current accounts and credit cards.

It will enable E-Loan customers to select a IF mortgage and then apply for an agreement in principle without having to log-off and go direct to the lender.

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