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Personal loans for Mortgage Intelligence

Broker club Mortgage Intelligence is moving into personal loans through partnerships with Halifax and the Royal Bank of Scotland. MI members will be able to offer clients unsecured loans as well as mortgages. Halifax will pay brokers a procuration fee of 1 per cent of the loan amount while the Royal Bank of Scotland will make a flat payment of £200. Mortgage Intelligence believes this move will help brokers meet clients&#39 needs as many people decide to take out a loan shortly after arranging their first mortgage.

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