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Stonebridge partners with MPowered Mortgages

Stonebridge has partnered with the mortgage lending platform, MPowered Mortgages, enabling the network’s advisers to access their full range of residential mortgage products for prime borrowers.

These products include their range of 2-, 5- and 10-year fixed-rate mortgages.

Advisers will also benefit from MPowered’s recently launched 85% LTV mortgage range, with initial rates that begin at 5.39% and are designed to support homebuyers and remortgagers looking to secure a loan of up to £1,500,000.

Borrowers also benefit from a free valuation on every application, and a choice of no arrangement fee and cashback options.

Jo Carrasco, Business Partnerships Director at Stonebridge, added: “During this period of uncertainty for homebuyers and homeowners, we are pleased to be able to offer our members even more choice through this partnership with MPowered Mortgages, whose suite of products are both competitive and focused on delivering what the consumer needs.

“MPowered Mortgages’ AI-driven platform, that focuses on speeding up and simplifying the application process will also allow our members to provide a smoother and faster mortgage journey to their clients.”

Emma Hollingworth, Distribution Director at MPowered Mortgages, said: “At a time when choice and product flexibility is more important to the consumer than ever, we are thrilled to be partnering with Stonebridge and widening the access to our prime residential mortgage range.

“Our range offers competitive rates, cashback options and a free valuation on every application, and is designed to support homebuyers and owners during these challenging times.

“Stonebridge’s commitment to ensuring member firms can access support quickly and easily is one which we greatly admire and exemplifies our own values of streamlining the mortgage journey for brokers and buyers alike.”


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