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GE Money Home Lending added to Paradigm panel

  • 06/02/2012
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GE Money Home Lending added to Paradigm panel
Paradigm Mortgage Services has added specialist intermediary lender, GE Money Home Lending, to its main lender panels for directly authorised (DA) firms and Paradigm Financial Advisers (PFA), the network service for appointed representatives (AR).

The GE products will be available from today.

GE Money Home Lending offers mortgage loans for first-time buyers, purchasers, remortgagors and those with adverse credit.

Last year GE Money Home Lending began offering mortgages to self-employed customers who are now able to access its discount, fixed and tracker mortgages. Self-employed customers need to have been trading for at least two years and provide proof of income.

John Coffield, head of Paradigm Mortgage Services, said: “GE Money Home Lending is a lender that has continued to actively lend through intermediaries over the past four years since the Credit Crunch and it remains absolutely committed to the broker market.”

Mark Snape, sales director at GE Money Home Lending, said: “We are very pleased to be working with Paradigm and to be part of its continued growth. GE Money Home Lending will add further value to the Paradigm members by offering a range of specialist products they do not currently have access to. It opens up an exciting new opportunity for us and grows our distribution base further. We are looking forward to working with John and his team in 2012 and beyond.”

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