For decades successive governments have made pledges to address the housing stock deficit faced by the UK but all of which have failed to meet ambitious building targets.
The Society helped some 16,087 homeowners to either purchase or remortgage a property in the first six months of the year as group gross mortgage lending hit £3.0bn.
This is TMG’s 18th launch and the network of independently owned, directly authorised firms plans to create and partner with 50 businesses over the next five years.
MBT Affordability currently has a panel of more than 40 residential and 65 buy-to-let lenders.
Leek United has added Dynamo for Intermediaries to its mortgage club panel, for both buy-to-let (BTL) and residential mortgages.
Key Group has appointed Jonathan Valentine as corporate business development manager to develop new corporate relationships as well building on existing ones.
The commercial lending division has also maintained momentum with the pipeline for development finance totalling £386m.
The figure covers the period just before the lower stamp duty rates began to taper off from July.
The Bank’s interim results revealed a 6.6% growth in total lending to £35.5bn.
So far Lloyds has lent around £9bn to first-time buyers leaving the Bank on track to meet its £10bn first-time buyer commitment.