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  • 31/01/2003
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Genesis Approved, Genesis Home Loans' intermediary mortgage club, has added two new members to its d...

Genesis Approved, Genesis Home Loans’ intermediary mortgage club, has added two new members to its direct submissions panel.

Members can now organise self-build mortgages through BuildStore, whose mortgage product, BuildLoan, is the only self-build mortgage available to intermediaries that releases funds in advance of each build stage.

The second new member is Lambeth Building Society, which is offering a fixed rate mortgage at 3.98% until 1 February 2005.

Genesis Home Loans has launched five new products inspired by the ‘Great Lakes’ of the world: Superior, Huron, Ontario, Erie and Michigan.

Covering one prime discount mortgage, two buy-to-let mortgages and two self-certification mortgages, the new products are funded by Bristol & West and The Mortgage Business.

Genesis said these are the first of many from Genesis Home Loans’ membership of the new Mortgage Packagers Co-Operative.

Barry Robson, managing director of Genesis Home Loans, said: ‘These products represent the start of a new partnership with the Mortgage Packagers Co-Operative which will provide us with a stream of competitive mortgage schemes.’


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