Marsden Building Society added to PRIMIS Lending Panel
Marsden Building Society has joined the PRIMIS lending panel, giving PRIMIS advisers unrivalled access to its full range of mortgage products. The Marsden joining the PRIMIS panel supports its growth in the intermediary market, providing the Society with access to more than 2,500 advisers within the PRIMIS network.
Heather Crinion, General Manager (Operations) at the Marsden said, “We’re delighted to be appointed to the PRIMIS panel. We have a range of products available to their network of advisers, helping to widen the choice for those looking to support their clients at all stages of life.
“Alongside residential lending and Shared Ownership, we offer niche solutions for later life and expat clients.
“Our later life proposition includes Older Borrower; a set of conventional mortgage products for those aged 55+, and Retirement Interest Only; an alternative to equity release. For advisers looking to support UK expats, we offer Residential and Buy to Let solutions.
“PRIMIS and its growing network of advisers is a great fit for our distribution strategy. We understand that some cases aren’t straightforward, so we review each application on an individual basis. We don’t system credit score and advisers have access to their own dedicated underwriter from the moment they submit a case to us.”
Vikki Jefferies, Proposition Director at PRIMIS said, “The Marsden is an exciting addition to our lender panel and forms part of our commitment to providing PRIMIS advisers with the widest possible range of products to suit each client’s needs.
“The addition of the Marsden to our lender panel is a huge step towards this goal, as the Society offers a range of products from Shared Ownership to help first time, or return buyers onto the housing ladder, to Retirement Interest Only to support later life borrowers.
“We know that our advisers are always seeking access to well-priced products with appropriate lending criteria. We look forward to working with Heather and the Marsden team in making this new partnership work hard for PRIMIS advisers.”