TMA Club has added Harpenden Building Society to its lender panel, giving its members access to the building society’s range of mortgage products.
Rates can be accessed on either a repayment, interest-only or a part-and-part basis from 2.49% for residential lending, from 2.69% for let and second property lending and from 4.39–6.19% for specialist lending.
TMA members will have access to a maximum loan value of £3.5m for non-specialist residential properties and £2m for specialist mortgages.
Lending is available for customers for self-build and residential properties, holiday lets, holiday homes and residential bridging.
“Ensuring advisers stay ahead of the curve, particularly within a market that’s constantly evolving, is our top priority and with Harpenden, more of our members will be able to access lending for those all-important specialist customers,” said Rob McCoy, senior product and business manager at TMA (pictured above).
Ken Hale, head of lending at Harpenden Building Society, added: “Specialist mortgages are a product whose time has come, with growing pools of borrowers needing tailored lending solutions.”
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