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Newbury BS joins L&G Mortgage Club


Legal & General Mortgage Club has added Newbury Building Society to its panel of lenders.

Members of the club will now have access to the mutual’s entire mortgage range, which includes standard residential, shared ownership, self-build and buy-to-let deals.

Legal & General head of lender relationships Danny Belton says Newbury is a welcome addition to the panel, adding: “Their products and criteria fit well with a number of our key product sectors, and provide good opportunity for our members to help more customers requiring mortgages in these sectors”.

Newbury Building Society lending manager Roger Knight says the lender is keen to develop its relationship with its “blossoming intermediary network”.

He adds: “We believe our flexibility and wealth of experience will help both members and their customers, as we work closely together to help members understand our criteria and product range.”



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