The deal covers all of LendInvest’s product lines, so includes its residential homeowner range as well as its buy-to-let and bridging products.
The residential range is LendInvest’s first entry into the residential mortgage market, and is aimed at the self-employed, small business owners and those with multiple sources of income.
Vikki Jefferies (pictured), proposition director at Primis, said that the network wanted to give brokers a wider range of lenders to deal with, in order to help find the best possible fit for their clients.
She added: “We are pleased that through this partnership we will be supporting our brokers in providing their customers with an even more tailored service.”
Sophie Mitchell-Charman, commercial director at LendInvest, said the lender had been keen to “join forces” with Primis for some time, adding: “With their wide distribution and the new opportunities this brings, I can’t wait to see how this relationship grows in 2023.”
Primis recently added Tandem Bank to its lender panel, while LendInvest has added Sesame and PMS to its residential mortgage distribution.