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Mortgage Next in brand push

Broker network Mortgage Next is running a trade advertising campaign to highlight the range of products it offers its 6,000 members from its panel of 22 lenders.

The campaign will run for the next 12 months with the aim of growing brand awareness. It will use visuals to demonstrate the deals it can negotiate with providers in sectors including sub-prime, self-certification, buy to let and mainstream products.

The launch coincides with three new providers, Britannic Money, Nationwide and South Pacific Mortgages, being added to the lender panel.

Mortgage Next says the number of sub-prime lending applications it receives are on the increase, it has appointed a sub-prime specialist to give advice to members on this sector.

Marketing director Justine Tomlinson says: “The aim of this campaign to raise awareness with brokers about the many different sectors we operate in and increase our brand awareness.”

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