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    • cado1
    • By cado1 13th Mar 18, 2:11 PM
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    • 13th Mar 18, 2:11 PM
    Stride Up 13th Mar 18 at 2:11 PM
    Hi


    Came across this company today I have a call with them later today to get some further information, but just wondered if anyone else ahs dealt with them ?


    https://www.strideup.co/howitworks


    Thanks
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    • maninthestreet
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    "Co-purchasing your home with StrideUp involves entering into a Co-Purchase Plan, which is an unregulated product."
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    • 15th Mar 18, 8:56 AM
    "Co-purchasing your home with StrideUp involves entering into a Co-Purchase Plan, which is an unregulated product."
    Originally posted by maninthestreet




    Thanks I am aware of this I am a mortgage underwriter / analyst dealing with regulated and unregulated products. I just wanted to know if anyone had used them ?
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