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Pepper’s new home loan offer ending soon

by Reporter7 minute read
The Adviser

Pepper’s offer to waive fees on two of its loan products will expire at the end of the month.

The offer – which launched on 1 March – is available until 30 April and means borrowers could save more than $1,800 in upfront fees.

Pepper is waiving the establishment fee including one standard valuation (usually $995), legal fees (usually from $440) and the title protection fee (usually $400) for its Pepper Easy and Pepper Advantage home loans.

Mario Rehayem, director of sales and distribution at Pepper, said the offer reflects the lender’s commitment to continuing to provide brokers with flexible and competitive mortgage products that set their clients up for success.

“Pepper continues to deliver on its title of top-ranked non-bank specialist lender by combining a compelling service offering of innovative products, competitive rates and market-leading turnaround times for our clients, with very competitive offers across our range of full doc and alt-doc home loans,” he said.

“We pride ourselves on catering to segments of the market that are under-serviced, by providing first-class service, flexible products and a common-sense approach to individually assessing loans.”

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