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Tenet adds Vida Homeloans to lender panel

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Tenet adds Vida Homeloans to lender panel
Tenet has announced a distribution partnership with Vida Homeloans.

Vida entered the market in October and specialises in residential and buy-to-let customers who may not fit the criteria currently demanded by high street banks.

It also offers retirement, limited company and special purpose vehicle lending, and mortgages for flats above commercial premises.

TenetLime managing director Gemma Harle (pictured) said the network was impressed with Vida’s first few months of operation.

“As a newcomer, Vida has been able to adopt modern mortgage lending technology from the outset and combine it with a speedy online functionality and fast human decisions on underwriting,” she said.

Vida director of sales – mortgages Louisa Sedgwick added: “We are incredibly excited to be working with Tenet and believe that our specialist residential and buy-to-let proposition will complement their existing lender relationships.”

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