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SimplyBiz Mortgages adds The Melton and MBS Lending to panel

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  • 09/04/2018
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SimplyBiz Mortgages adds The Melton and MBS Lending to panel
The Melton Building Society, and its subsidiary MBS Lending, have joined the SimplyBiz Mortgage panel.

 

The Melton offers residential mortgages up to 95% LTV for purchase and remortgage, as well as niche lending products including buy-to-let, self-build, shared ownership and short-term lending.

Credit repair mortgages are also offered through MBS Lending.

The Melton’s mortgage processing system allows brokers to register, obtain a decision in process, upload documents and track cases online.

Martin Reynolds, chief executive of SimplyBiz Mortgages, said: “The building society sector is flourishing at present with a sensible approach to underwriting and personal service. Both the Melton and MBS Lending offer some interesting niche criteria areas that will be welcomed by our members.”

Nicola Alvarez, director of sales and marketing at the Melton, added: “We are keen to extend our distribution reach and the directly authorised market offers plenty of opportunities.

“We look forward to working with SimplyBiz Mortgages and supporting members with solutions for customers who may not fit standard high street criteria.”

SimplyBiz Mortgages also recently added Keystone to its panel, and launched a specialist lending panel.

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