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TFC Homeloans grows lender panel with addition of Buckinghamshire BS

by: Ed\\\\ward Murray
  • 19/12/2016
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TFC Homeloans grows lender panel with addition of Buckinghamshire BS
Specialist distributor TFC Homeloans has bolstered its lender panel by bringing Buckinghamshire Building Society on board.

The move means that brokers can now access all of the society’s residential and buy-to-let products through the packager.

Buckinghamshire Building Society’s range of intermediary products includes a selection of non-standard purchase and remortgage deals, including fixed, tracker and discounted rates. The lender also has mortgages tailored to contract workers, self-builders and those buying a home under shared ownership, as well as catering for buy-to-let landlords.

TFC Homeloans managing director, Nigel Payne (pictured), said: “The mutual sector is fantastic at developing innovative mortgage products that meet the needs of niche sectors of the market, and Buckinghamshire Building Society does exactly that. Its wide product range is impressive and targeted at non-standard borrowers who might struggle with the large lenders.”

He added: “The Bucks is a forward-thinking mortgage lender and we look forward to working with its highly experienced team.”

Andrew Craddock, chief executive of Buckinghamshire Building Society, said: “We are delighted to have joined forces with TFC to support niche lending to customers with diverse circumstances. As a small specialist lender we are always keen to work with partners like TFC to help spread our message that we have products to suit borrowers in all situations.”

Over the last year TFC Homeloans has secured Home Finance permissions from the Financial Conduct Authority, allowing it to deal with mortgage products, regulated buy-to-lets and regulated bridging services.

It has also grown its operations with a number of appointments, including a key account manager to cover the north of England, two business development managers for north west London and north west England, and a director of commercial business to oversee sales across the south of England.

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