This will include its joint borrower sole proprietor (JBSP) offering which has no maximum age and goes up to a 40 year term, as well as its reverse JSBP product, which was launched last month and allows children to help parents get a property.
Melanie Spencer (pictured), head of the MCI Mortgage Club, said: “We are continuously looking for lenders in the market that will offer our clients competitive products and alternatives that allow our clients to achieve their objectives.
“The addition of the Buckinghamshire to our panel gives our members access to some unique products that will enable our brokers to think outside the box.”
Timothy Vigeon, head of lending at Buckinghamshire Building Society, added: “We are delighted to be joining MCI Mortgage Club and look forward to working with its members.
“We have been able to innovate our mortgage proposition, to include family assist products, and more recently, reverse joint borrower sole proprietor, alongside our other areas of flexible lending, which we feel will provide extra support to the MCI members.”