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Genesis Approved adds the Derbyshire to lender panel

Genesis Home Loans&#39 intermediary mortgage club, Genesis Approved, has appointed The Derbyshire Building Society to its lender panel, allowing its members to access the Derbyshire&#39s full range of both residential and buy to let mortgages.

Frank Thurlby, head of operations for Genesis Approved, says: “We are very pleased to have completed the deal to offer the Derbyshire&#39s services to our members, as it has a wide range of products, that regularly feature in &#39best buy&#39 tables produced by the press. Once again, this new addition to our lender panel is one that we are sure will be well received and greatly used by our members.”

Genesis Approved members may access the Derbyshire on a direct submission basis and will receive a procuration fee of 0.25% of the loan on each completed mortgage case.

Membership of Genesis Approved is free of charge and includes access to Genesis Home Loans&#39 exclusive products and its panel of 27 lenders &#45 giving the choice of both packaged or direct submission routes – along with a case placement service. Members also receive free Trigold sourcing software, a volume related productivity bonus, free point-of-sale material and a range of added value benefits.

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