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Vida Homeloans added to MCI Mortgage Club panel

  • 29/05/2019
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Vida Homeloans added to MCI Mortgage Club panel
Vida Homeloans has partnered with the MCI Mortgage Club panel to allow members access to the lender's products and propositions.


The announcement follows Vida’s recent overhaul of its product range, the biggest change since launching into the market in October 2016.

The lender introduced a number of major criteria improvements to its residential and buy-to-let (BTL) product ranges, as well as pricing reductions and service enhancements.

Louisa Sedgwick, director of sales and mortgages at Vida Homeloans (pictured), said the team was thrilled to be working in close collaboration with MCI Club to offer its members a range of specialist residential and BTL mortgage solutions targeted at borrowers who are sometimes overlooked.

She added: “This includes the self-employed, and those with impaired and improving credit profiles.

“We look forward to working with MCI club as Vida continues to grow and looks for ways to demonstrate its commitment to delivering the best possible solutions for intermediaries and their customers.”

Phil Whitehouse, head of MCI Mortgage Club, said: “I am delighted to be working with the Vida Homeloans team, as they join our growing panel of 30 lenders. As membership of MCI Mortgage Club grows to in excess of 600 brokers, it is important that we have a wide panel that appeals to our increasing broker support.

“Vida offers a range of residential and buy to let products that will help our members to place cases on behalf of customers who may have somewhat unusual circumstances and may not qualify with traditional high street lenders.”

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