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In Focus: A new player in near-prime

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

In this episode of In Focus, Royden D’Vaz, Bluestone’s head of sales and marketing, and Fay Wood, associate director at Mortgages & Co, join Annie Kane and James Mitchell to discuss the recent Cerberus acquisition of Bluestone’s APAC operations and their new offering in the near-prime space.

In this episode, tune in to find out:

  • How Bluestone is catering to near-prime customers
  • What Bluestone is now able to offer to brokers and their customers
  • The factors that differentiate a good broker submission from a poorer one

For more information on Bluestone, visit www.bluestone.com.au

Articles of interest:

Non-banks winning prime mortgages as majors tighten
Bluestone enters near-prime market
Bluestone Mortgages Asia Pacific acquired by US firm
Don’t let the dollars walk out the door 

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