Buckinghamshire Building Society joins Paradigm’s panel of lenders

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Paradigm member companies will now also be able to access the construction company’s JBSP reverse mortgage, which allows the child to help a parent affordably.

The addition of Buckinghamshire to the panel also means brokers can access the Family Assist product, which offers an alternative to 90% LTV-plus loans. It has a duration of 40 years and allows the applicant to borrow 100% of the purchase price by taking an ancillary charge on the property of the parents or grandparents.

The company also offers CARE mortgage products specifically for the NHS and emergency workers, as well as later life loans with no maximum age on mortgage entry or exit, both for residential and l ‘buy-lease.

It provides bad loans including bankruptcy, IVA and debt management up to 60% LTV as well as debt consolidation up to 75% LTV.

Buckinghamshire’s range also includes purchasing products for individuals, limited liability companies and expatriates, including a first day mortgage.

Tim Vigeon, Loans Officer at the Buckinghamshire Building Society, said: “This is the perfect time to join Paradigm Mortgages Services; with our innovative mortgage proposition, including our flexible and tailored underwriting approach, we believe we can provide additional support to Paradigm members.

John Coffield, Mortgage Manager at Paradigm Mortgage Services, added, “At Paradigm we always want to work with lenders who push the limits, so we are very happy to bring the Buckinghamshire Building Society to our members.

“Buckinghamshire clearly seeks out the specific needs of clients in the mortgage market and tailors its proposition to this, with a range of unique and highly targeted products available in residential and rental spaces.

“We know that many of our member firms will have clients for whom these products are no doubt needed, and we look forward to working with the Buckinghamshire team to highlight their offering to our advisors. “

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