The MCI mortgage club has added the Buckinghamshire Building Society to its panel to expand its range of specialist lenders.
The move will allow its brokers more solutions for their customers during these challenging times.
Buckinghamshire products include joint borrower sole proprietor with no maximum age (up to a 40-year term) and a reverse joint ‘burrower’ sole proprietor product, which allows children to help parents.
With a limited number of higher loan-to-value (LTV) products currently available, the Buckinghamshire is supporting the market with its ‘family assist’ product. It also offers 90% LTV for local residents and society members along with NHS and Emergency Workers offerings.
This is backed with the MCI Club’s improved technology proposition, which includes the Burrow online digital broker platform, anti-money laundering and credit reports within the eKeeper customer relationship management (CRM) system.
Melanie Spencer, head of the MCI mortgage club, comments: “At MCI Mortgage Club, we are continuously looking for lenders in the market that will offer our clients competitive products and alternatives that allow our clients to achieve their objectives. The addition of the Buckinghamshire to our panel gives our members access to some unique products that will enable our brokers to think outside the box.”
Timothy Vigeon, head of lending at Buckinghamshire Building Society, adds: “We are delighted to be joining MCI Mortgage Club and look forward to working with its members. We have been able to innovate our mortgage proposition, alongside our other areas of flexible lending, which we feel will provide extra support to the MCI members.”