Legal & General Mortgage Club has recently announced that Harpenden Building Society is the latest lender to join its panel.
We provide mortgages tailored to the requirements of the customer. Our mortgages are individually underwritten. There’s no tick-box credit scoring, just an individually assessed, common-sense approach using good judgement and sound lending practice. We get to completely understand the specific needs of the customer, treating them as individuals and recognising that they have their own personal requirements.
We have a policy of lending to people in different types of employment. We lend to people who are employed, self-employed, retired and contractors. We pride themselves on being flexible and accommodating to the changing nature of income and we consider many income sources when determining mortgage affordability. These can include salary, bonus and commission, self-employed income, pension and investment or trust income.
We make the complex, simpler.
Danny Belton, Head of Lender Relationships, Legal & General Mortgage Club adds: “With the goal of providing our brokers and their customers with a variety of lending solutions – we are pleased to announce the addition of Harpenden Building Society to the Legal & General Mortgage Club panel. The popularity of regional building societies is on the rise and Harpenden Building Society’s work to provide borrowers with products best suited to their individual needs, makes them a fantastic addition, benefitting both brokers and customers.”
Ken Hale, Head of Lending at Harpenden Building Society said: “We are delighted to join the Legal & General Mortgage Club panel. Working closely with Legal & General Mortgage Club will provide us with greater access to borrowers, allowing us to help both aspiring and existing homeowners to access the finance they need, at the best rates available.”
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