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Paradigm adds Cambridge BS to lender panels

Paradigm Mortgage Services has added Cambridge Building Society to its lender panels.

Its directly authorised firms and members of Paradigm Financial Advisers, the network service for appointed representatives, will now be able to access the Cambridge’s mortgage products.

The Cambridge also offers Paradigm member firms access to Cambridge Mortgage Master, an online mortgage tracking service designed for intermediaries to help manage their clients’ mortgage business online. 

Bob Hunt, chief executive at Paradigm Mortgage Services, says: “The addition of the Cambridge to both our Paradigm Mortgage Services and PFA lender panels means both our directly authorised and appointed representative firms can now offer the mutual’s strong product range to their client base. 

“As always we are working with the lender to ensure members benefit in a variety of areas including strong terms, online initiatives and further support in a variety of areas.”

Mark Smitheringale, head of sales and marketing at the Cambridge, says: “The relationship between the Cambridge and Paradigm comes at a time when our business strategy is focused on delivering a high quality service. 

“Through implementing The Cambridge Mortgage Master online application functionality and increasing the BDM team, The Cambridge will be providing a user-friendly solution to Paradigm firms, specifically centred around our tailored, personal underwriting facility.”

He adds that the society is serious about its commitment to mortgage intermediaries and as one of Paradigm’s lenders, it is promising a high level of service and to continually develop its product range.



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