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Mortgage Next designs brochure for range

Mortgage Next has produced a new range of literature for IFAs designed to help explain its M+ range of mortgages.

IFAs are being offered a four-page brochure which summarises the M+ range. They can also request stocks of a 10-page brochure to send to their clients.

The independent mortgage company says the literature is being distributed to IFAs in response to the success of the M+ range.

The mortgages, which include self-certification options, flexible facilities and a base rate tracker set at 1.24 per cent above the rate, are offered in partnership with The Mortgage Business, part of the Bank of Scotland group.

Mortgage Next managing director Martin Maynard says: “The M+ mort-gage range has been enormously successful because it gives customers complete flexibility in the way they pay their mortgages and it is underpinned by consistent service – qualities that are often lacking in high-street products.

“In conjunction with The Mortgage Business, we have worked to redefine the M+ range even further and believe that we now have a mortgage to meet the needs of both advisers and customers.”


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