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Positive Lending adds five providers to panel

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  • 11/08/2017
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Positive Lending adds five providers to panel
Positive Lending has announced the five lenders that will be joining its panel: Landbay, Mansfield Building Society, Hodge Lifetime, Marsden Building Society and Tipton and Coseley Building Society.

Landbay’s buy-to-let offering including products for homes of multiple occupancy (HMOs), multi-unit freehold blocks and expat borrowers will be available through the panel.

The partnership will also give Positive Lending access to Landbay’s online intermediary portal including case tracking and a property portfolio key allowing brokers to enter detailed analysis of a landlord’s full portfolio in advance of September’s portfolio landlord changes.

Mansfield Building Society’s Versatility products offering a wide range of criteria and individual underwriting will also be available on the panel.

Hodge Lifetime’s 55 Plus mortgage product will be available to support borrowers at pre- and post-retirement, looking to remortgage or purchase a new property.

Marsden Building Society’s Older Borrower products will also support lending to older customers by offering conventional mortgage options for clients aged over-55.

Marsden recently launched 28 Older Borrower products with mortgages underwritten on pension, earned and investment income.

Tipton and Coseley Building Society was the first addition to be introduced earlier this week.

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