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Mansfield Building Society joins SimplyBiz Panel

Mansfield Building Society has joined the SimplyBiz Mortgages panel of lenders today.

All SimplyBiz Mortgages members will now have access to Mansfield’s full range of products, including the residential mainstream, shared ownership and all BTL products.

SimplyBiz Mortgages chief executive Martin Reynolds says: “We are delighted to welcome Mansfield to our panel. Their product offering will provide our members with that extra choice that is required in a number of the niche mainstream product areas. In addition their sensible approach to underwriting will help cater for those customers that do not fit the High Street score card norm.”

Mansfield Building Society sales & marketing Mike Taylor says: “Mansfield Building Society is keen to extend its reach in the mortgage market during 2013 and we are delighted to be joining the SimplyBiz Mortgages panel. We believe that their members will provide us with the customer profile that will complement our business model. Their ability to provide compliance for all their Mortgage Club members was a key factor in our decision to partner with them.”


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