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Pink teams up with First Active

Pink Home Loans and First Active are joining forces to launch a new range of capped rate flexible mortgage products.


This is the first deal since Pink Home loans rebranded.


First Active director of marketing says: &#34This move is largely in response to the high level of demand for our flexible mortgages in the last quarter of 1998 and reflects our commitment to providing the level of service IFAs have come to expect.&#34


The flexible current account mortgage is available at 5.99 per cent with maximum ltv of 75 per cent, 6.49 per cent with ltv of 85 per cent and 6.99 on ltv of 95 per cent until the end of March 2001.

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