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Mortgage Choice adds Liberty to panel

Staff Reporter 3 minute read

Mortgage Choice has added finance provider Liberty Financial to its lender panel.

From today, Mortgage Choice brokers will have full access to Liberty’s residential loans, with its commercial, motor vehicle and debtor finance products to be made available down the track.

The addition brings the number of lenders on Mortgage Choice’s residential panel to 24.

Mortgage Choice chief executive officer Michael Russell said the move improves the company’s ability to provide high quality customer service across a competitive range of products.

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“We are pleased to welcome Liberty Financial as our newest lender partner, as part of Mortgage Choice’s ongoing proactive strategy to broaden our service offering and provide superior consumer choice,” he said.

“In recent times Liberty has transitioned to become a competitor to the contemporary lenders thanks to its healthy product range backed with competitive pricing.”

Mr Russell said the relationship would provide Mortgage Choice brokers with as much quality choice as possible while they search for a tailored finance solution.

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