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Aggregator's new partnership could mean lower rates

Huntley Mitchell 4 minute read

Boutique aggregator eChoice has announced a new strategic partnership that could help brokers secure lower home loan rates for their clients.

Blake Buchanan, national sales manager at eChoice, said the partnership with Credit Fix Solutions will enable brokers to offer “no win, no fee” credit repair service with the potential to clear customers’ incorrect defaults and improve their credit score, “which may lead to obtaining a better interest rate”.

“This is another significant addition to our product and service platform and complements our leading-edge systems, so our brokers will feel genuinely empowered to be even more flexible when assisting clients,” he said.

“Being able to access the www.creditfixsolutions.com.au platform will boost our brokers’ capacity to offer tailored solutions to their clients.”

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Credit Fix Solutions CEO Victoria Coster said the company was pleased to be able to provide the service to eChoice’s growing broker network, with an emphasis on loan writers being able to utilise the platform to offer some additional flexibility to clients.

“In a dynamic market, brokers are looking for that extra option that may not previously have been available to them. This partnership allows us to work with brokers to think outside the square with their level of customer service,” she said.

[Related: eChoice enhances broker offering with new partnership]

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