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Intrinsic adds Pepper to lender panel

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Intrinsic adds Pepper to lender panel
Intrinsic has added Pepper Homeloans to its mortgage lender panel.

The lender will make its full range of residential and buy-to-let mortgage products available to broker members of the Intrinsic network.

Pepper’s loans have been designed for clients who experience difficulties obtaining a mortgage via a high street lender.

Pepper Homeloans director of sales Rob Barnard (pictured) said: “Intrinsic is a very well-respected network and the team here at Pepper are all looking forward to working with their members over the coming months.”

Intrinsic commercial director Adam Smith said: “We’re delighted to be adding Pepper to our panel of mortgage lenders.

“The range of specialist residential and buy-to-let mortgages are ideally suited to borrowers who may struggle to get a mortgage because they are self-employed, have historical credit issues, complex incomes or an immature credit history.”

Advisers can submit decisions in principle and applications online to Pepper. All applications are manually underwritten and Pepper does not use credit scoring.

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