Mortgage Intelligence adds TML to panel

Mortgage Intelligence has added The Mortgage Lender to its lending panel.

The addition will provide over 400 network advisers and all mortgage club members with access to The Mortgage Lender’s residential and buy-to-let products, according to the firm.

Last month, the lender added its first range of Help to Buy products to its proposition.

Mortgage Intelligence managing director Sally Laker comments: “We have seen what The Mortgage Lender is offering in the market and wanted to be able to access their products.

The Mortgage Lender deputy chief executive Peter Beaumont says: “Mortgage Intelligence is one of the best know names in the industry and an important distribution partner for The Mortgage Lender.

“We are looking forward to working in partnership to help more borrowers with real life lending requirements live in the home they want to.”



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