The move will give members of both the appointed representative network and the Next Intelligence club access to the full range of Pepper Homeloans’ buy-to-let and residential products. These products are tailored to meet the needs of borrowers who do not meet the mainstream mould.
Colin Snowdon, managing director of Pepper Homeloans, said: “We’re delighted to be appointed to the Mortgage Intelligence lender panel and are looking forward to working closely with their members in the future. They will have access not only to competitive products, but also a personal service.”
Sally Laker (pictured), managing director at Mortgage Intelligence, said: “Pepper Homeloans has been making a name for itself in the intermediary mortgage market and we’re pleased to be adding them to our lender panel. They bring a fresh approach to a growing market and I have no doubt our brokers will find them a valuable addition.”
Pepper Homeloans launched at the tail end of 2014 and has signed a number of deals this year to grow its distribution including its appointments to the panel of the Legal and General Mortgage Club.