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LendingTree and BHG Financial Announce Partnership

LendingTree and BHG Financial Announce Partnership

BHG Financial (BHG) today announced a new partnership with the trusted financial marketplace, LendingTree. The addition of BHG’s loan products will offer consumers even more flexible solutions, including attractive new options such as 10-year term1 loans up to $200,000.

The collaboration between LendingTree’s network of more than 500 partners and BHG’s unique suite of financial brands represents both companies’ dedication to not only being the leaders in their respective fields but how they continuously strive to provide the best financial options for consumers.

“BHG is excited for the incredible opportunity this partnership will create,” says Danielle Walker, SVP of Revenue Operations and Head of Lead Partnerships at BHG Financial. “This is the fifth partnership BHG has entered this year, and it is an honor to be featured on a platform that is highly respected by consumers. We are thrilled to be able to offer our best-in-class loans to even more customers who turn to LendingTree on a daily basis.”

The Lead Partnerships team at BHG Financial manages strategic relationships with the leading online marketplaces for consumer and commercial loans. This group aims to enable these partners to grow lead volume with BHG Financial and ultimately provide critical funding for borrowers.

LendingTree is one of the nation’s leading online financial services marketplaces. Its full family of brands focuses on specific financial services with the goal of empowering customers. Its diverse network allows them to offer a way for LendingTree customers to shop for a variety of financial products and simplify financial decisions.

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