TMA Mortgage Club has added seven new lenders to its direct lender panel.
This expansion will provide advisers with greater choice, offering them more lenders and products to choose from. This will allow TMA’s members to choose the lender that best suits both their clients and business needs.
The additional seven lenders to the panel include Bluestone Mortgages; Earl Shilton Building Society; Fleet Mortgages; Buckinghamshire Building Society; National Counties Building Society; The Melton Building Society and MBS Lending.
Lisa Martin, development director, LSL Financial Services said: “The expansion of our direct lender panel is a testament to the widening choice we continue to offer our brokers and their clients. The following lenders have been carefully chosen to enhance our panel and offer our professional mortgage intermediary partners more products to suit a variety of their clients and bring them the best possible outcome.
“This expansion is a further demonstration to our commitment to delivering leading products, support and services to our directly authorised brokers.”
Matt Andrews, managing director at Bluestone Mortgages, said: “The partnership with TMA is a natural choice for Bluestone as we strive to provide innovative lending solutions for our customers. There is a large portion of the UK who are currently underserved by the traditional high street lenders and are unable to secure as mortgage.
“With our partners, we want to help close this gap in the market by providing affordable mortgage solutions that take into account an applicant’s full history and personal circumstances, looking at the person and not the credit score assessed by typical lenders.
“For the mortgage market to truly return to full health, more flexible lending options need to be available to hard working people across the UK who have experienced genuine hiccups and deserve lenders that listen and treat each case with a tailored, individual approach.
“We see this new partnership with TMA as a step in the right direction in helping a greater number of genuine borrowers gain access to lending.”