Casemaster adds Cheshire to system

Amanda Jarvis

February 28, 2006

Nikki Haworth, corporate relationships manager at Casemaster, commented: “We are pleased to announce the addition of the Cheshire Building Society to the Casemaster panel as it is our intention to expand the lender panel further to give the widest choice of products available in the market.

“After entering into the specialist mortgage market in 2005, Cheshire Building Society is looking to expand its exposure further in 2006 and therefore Casemaster is the ideal platform to help them to achieve this. The entry products were a great success and an even more competitive Assist product range has now been released.”

Andrew Oakes, head of intermediary sales at Cheshire, said: “Our Assist range of fixed-rate credit repair mortgages is growing in popularity for those looking for a competitively priced product from a mainstream brand. The product offers intermediaries a true credit repaired solution with the opportunity to access products from the entire product range at the end of the fixed-rate period. The Assist range has already been further extended this year as a direct result of feedback from intermediaries who have shown interest in the products.”

Rates start from 5.69 per cent with a procuration fee of 1.50 per cent.

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