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The Mortgage Lender expands distribution

  • 07/10/2016
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The Mortgage Lender expands distribution
The Mortgage Lender has widened its distribution by adding The Mortgage Partnership, Brilliant Solutions and the Julian Harris network to its panel.

Launched in July, its range caters for self-employed borrowers, those taking out mortgages into retirement and customers who do not fit high street criteria.

Managing director of The Mortgage Partnership Ian Ward said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer products from The Mortgage Lender. It has great pricing and some nice niches that are different to other lenders. We also have experience of working with the team there so we know the service and support from our business development manager will be exceptional.”

The lender, which said its products and pricing are aimed at challenging the market, has chosen to set its minimum income requirements at £15,000 and for a limited period it is offering a £300 top-up to its existing proc fee payments.

Mortgages are available up to 85% loan-to-value with a two-year tracker that starts at 1.98%, or as a two or five-year fix with rates at 2.41%.

The Mortgage Lender’s sales and marketing director Pete Thomson said: “It’s great the TML team and our products are being seen so positively by the market and we are expanding our distribution footprint week on week.”




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