Paradigm Mortgage Services has added Masthaven to its lender panel.
The specialist bank’s first charge mortgage products offer up to 80% LTV with rates from 2.94% and will now be available to Paradigm member firms.
It also offers interest-only and part and part mortgages up to 60% LTV.
Masthaven’s second charge range – available up to 75% LTV with rates from 3.84% – will also be available to member firms.
Matt Andrews, managing director of mortgages at Masthaven (pictured above), said: “Masthaven is working with Paradigm and its mortgage intermediaries as part of our mission to make the specialist market more accessible for brokers and customers alike.
“Masthaven products are designed for customers that don’t fit the traditional high street ‘cookie-cutter’ approach.
“Paradigm is a leading mortgage distributor with strong expertise in the specialist market, and we’re confident that Paradigm’s DA firms will be able to find the answers to their customer needs.”
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