Kensington and New Street join MCI Panel

by: Heather Greig-Smith
  • 07/02/2017
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Kensington and New Street join MCI Panel
MCI Mortgage Club has added specialist lenders Kensington and New Street to its lender panel.

The lenders, which are both part of The Northview Group, offer a range of residential and buy-to-products.

Phil Whitehouse, managing director of the MCI Mortgage Club said: “I am delighted to be working with Kensington and New Street to offer their range of residential and buy-to-let products to MCI’s growing broker membership.

“Kensington is a hugely respected brand within the market and has some very interesting criteria benefits in the self-employed and contractor sectors – where innovative, flexible products are in high demand. Its sensible approach to underwriting is also to be applauded, with policies such as ignoring mobile phone defaults.

“New Street’s range of buy-to-let and let-to-buy products are competitively priced, and will give our members even greater choice when placing cases at what is a somewhat challenging time for the buy-to-let market.”

Steve Griffiths, director of sales and distribution at The Northview Group, added: “MCI Mortgage Club is a new partner for The Northview Group and we are keen to develop this relationship with the Club and its members through both our Kensington and New Street ranges.

“Kensington can provide more opportunities for members, with a lending for real life approach and experienced underwriters that make decisions based on the specific, individual circumstances of each customer.

“New Street is a modern mortgage experience with faster decisions, high LTVs, intelligent credit criteria and rates from just 1.59%.”

MCI recently appointed a business development manager as it aims for significant growth in 2017.

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