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Mortgage desk updates: Pepper Homeloans joins Complete panel; TFC links up with Fleet

  • 18/08/2015
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Mortgage desk updates: Pepper Homeloans joins Complete panel; TFC links up with Fleet
Specialist distributor and packager Complete FS has added Pepper Homeloans to its first charge buy to let and residential lender panel.

Complete, which is based on the south coast, will distribute Pepper Homeloans’ products after its formal launch in the UK in June 2015.

Pepper Homeloans is part of the Pepper Group, a global player in specialist mortgages as a lender, adviser and for its asset management services in Europe and Australasia.

Complete FS director, Tony Salentino, said: “We are delighted to gain access to the Pepper Homeloans proposition, which provides tailored and flexible solutions for customers who have experienced an isolated credit event in the past and can demonstrate that the incident is behind them and they are back on their feet.”

Richard Klemmer, CEO at Pepper Homeloans, said: “Complete FS is a trusted distributor and we are pleased to have them on our accredited panel.”

Meanwhile, TFC Homeloans has also linked up with Fleet Mortgages, enabling its brokers to get access to the new lender’s range of buy-to-let mortgages.

Fleet’s range includes deals for limited companies, house in multiple occupation (HMO) and multi-unit properties, as well as standard buy-to-let mortgages.

Nigel Payne, managing director of TFC Homeloans, said: “Buy to let is a vital sector of the mortgage market and it’s fantastic to see Fleet Mortgages addressing the different borrowing needs faced by landlords.”

Bob Young, chief executive officer of Fleet Mortgages, said: “TFC Homeloans are experts in the buy-to-let sector so it makes perfect sense for us to work alongside them.”

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