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Pink joins forces with Cheshire Building Society

Pink Home Loans announces the addition of the Cheshire Building Society to its direct submission panel.

Pink Home Loans will pay broker commissions of 0.45 per cent with a 1,500 maximum on credit repair products, with all other products attracting a 0.3 per cent commission online and 0.25 per cent via paper application.

Pink managing director Tony Jones says: “Pink is constantly reviewing its panel offering to ensure we give our intermediary customers extensive choice across the mortgage market and that they in turn offer their customers excellent product choice. The addition of the Cheshire Building Society adds a respected regional society to our panel.”

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