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TMA adds seven new lenders to direct panel


TMA Mortgage Club is adding seven new lenders to its direct lender panel.

The new lenders joining the Club, which is part of the LSL Property Services Group, are Bluestone Mortgages, Earl Shilton Building Society, Fleet Mortgages, Buckinghamshire Building Society, National Counties Building Society, The Melton Building Society and MBS Lending.

LSL Financial Services development director Lisa Martin says the lenders have been chosen to “enhance our panel and offer our professional mortgage intermediary partners more products to suit a variety of their clients.”

“This expansion is a further demonstration to our commitment to delivering leading products, support and services to our directly authorised broker,” Martin adds.

In June, TMA revamped its conveyancing panel for adviser members, adding My Home Move and Blacks Connect.



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