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Old Trafford: Home fixture

Mortgage Next is running a series of broker roadshows at Premiership football grounds throughout September and October.

The roadshows, which take in 12 clubs, will offer brokers the chance to speak to lenders on Mortgage Next&#39s panel about products available through the network.

At each location there will be representatives from seven of the 19 panel lenders, who will release details of a number of loans planned for release through the network.

The roadshows start at Chelsea&#39s Stamford Bridge ground on September 18 and visit Arsenal, Leeds, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Derby, Manchester United and Ipswich before ending in Newcastle on October 25.

They will also give brokers the chance to win a weekend for two in Barcelona.

Managing director Martin Maynard says: “These roadshows offer a great opportunity to find out about the new products Mortgage Next has to offer.”


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