SimplyBiz Mortgages adds Beverley to panel

SimplyBiz Mortgages has added Beverley Building Society to its lender panel.

Members of the firm will now have access to the building society’s mortgage products which apply throughout both England and Wales.

SimplyBiz Mortgages chief executive Martin Reynolds comments: “There is no such thing as an ‘average’ mortgage client, as the circumstances and needs of consumers change constantly.

“I am pleased to welcome Beverley Building Society onto our panel and believe its flexible and client-centric approach will make it an attractive proposition for our member firms.”

Beverley Building Society head of lending Graham Carter says: “We are delighted to be added to SimplyBiz Mortgages’ panel. We look forward to working with its member firms to help them find the best solution to guarantee positive outcomes for their clients.”

This comes after Beverley Building Society appointed a new chairman, Stuart Purdy, last month. Which the lender said will help “cement” the building society’s place in East Yorkshire.

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