The partnership gives Brilliant Solutions advisers access to Darlington Intermediaries’ range of standard and specialist mortgages, including interest-only, buy-to-let (BTL), complex income or property, and credit impaired.
The announcement comes a week after Precise Mortgages said it was increasing LTVs up to 85% across its residential mortgage range and reintroducing adverse credit criteria.
MFS issued a £1.7m loan at a loan-to-value (LTV) of 65% and with a 12-month term.
The Mortgage Lender Benchmark gathered feedback from 597 brokers on 44 lenders across banks, building societies, specialist lenders and lifetime providers, as well as their thoughts on the mortgage market in general.
Nucleus Commercial Finance has made changes in order to support more SMEs as England eases COVID-19 restrictions.
Nathan Mollett, head of asset finance at United Trust Bank, said: "Louise brings a huge amount of hands-on business transformation experience and will work alongside me in ensuring the asset finance division is fit to support our ambitious growth plans.”
Paul Brett, managing director at Landbay, said: “Landlords are becoming more sophisticated and they understand the responsibilities of managing an HMO."
Duncan Kreeger, founder and chief executive of TAB, said: “We are listening to what our clients are saying and responding accordingly."
The NACFB and Red Flag Alert have agreed a three-year exclusive partnership to provide members with access to anti-money laundering (AML) and company credit checks.
Jessica Bird sits down with Ray Palmer at Suros Capital to delve into the unique world of luxury asset-backed finance, and how Suros is ready to fill a widening gap in the market