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Pepper agrees panel arrangement with Tenet Group

  • 17/02/2017
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Pepper agrees panel arrangement with Tenet Group
Pepper Homeloans, the specialist lender, has entered into a partnership with Tenet Group to make its specialist mortgages available to the network's members.

Tenet’s advisers can access Pepper Homeloans’ residential and buy-to-let mortgage products, designed for clients who experience difficulties obtaining a mortgage via a high street lender.

Rob Barnard (pictured), director of sales at Pepper Homeloans, said: “Tenet is a leading network and an important new distribution partner for Pepper Homeloans. Its advisers can rest assured they’ll not only have access to competitive products, but also to a fast and reliable service.”

“We are delighted to welcome Pepper on board,” said TenetLime managing director, Gemma Harle. “Our advisers can now benefit from having direct access to its products and take advantage of a common sense approach to individual underwriting, with no credit scoring.

“Pepper offers a good option for those who have just chosen to go self-employed and its flexible criteria are ideal for certain ‘tricky’ or unconventional cases that the mainstream high street lenders are unwilling to accept.”

Pepper Homeloans recently announced a raft of enhancements to its entire range of residential mortgage products, which includes a choice of two-year, 30-month, three and five-year fixed rates and two-year discounted tracker products.

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