Total mortgage lending at Paragon Banking Group has increased by 84% during 1st October to 31st December 2017, compared with the same period in 2016.
In the company's latest trading update, the bank announced it had provided ?£366.5m in mortgages, up from the ?£198.8m recorded 12 months earlier.
Buy-to-let mortgage lending jumped 85%, followed by 'other mortgages' (up 74%).
Earlier this month, Paragon introduced an extended range of portfolio and non-portfolio buy-to-let mortgage products.
Total new lending at the company rose 65% â€“ compared with the same period in 2016 â€“ to ?£469.8m.
The specialist bank saw strong volume growth in its three commercial lending product lines, with commercial lending totalling ?£103.3m, a 21% increase on the last three months of 2016.
In December, Paragon acquired the Poole-based specialist broker Iceberg, which sources loans for mid-sized UK law firms.
Nigel Terrington, chief executive of Paragon Banking Group (pictured above), said: "The lending growth achieved across the group has been outstanding and reflects the increasing strength of the franchise.
â€œOur retail deposit base continues to deepen, providing us with a stable platform for growth and the ability to optimise further the group's funding structure.
â€œThe organisational changes we completed last year â€“ coupled with the growing demand and opportunity within specialist UK lending markets â€“ will enable us to build on this momentum throughout the year."
At the beginning of the year, the company announced that it had reached ?£4bn in customer deposits, as well as surpassing 120,000 savings accounts.
The news followed the launch of a new, limited-edition easy access savings account announced by the bank in November 2017.
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