MPowered Mortgages Joins the Brilliant Solutions Lender Panel
Brilliant Solutions has added MPowered Mortgages to its lender panel.
MPowered Mortgages, brought to you by MQube, offers lending for buy-to-let individual, limited company and portfolio landlords. As a result of the partnership, Brilliant Solutions’ members will have access to the MPowered mortgage products.
MPowered Mortgages’ product offering comes alongside the innovative MPowered system which Brilliant Solutions members will have access to. Brilliant Solutions advisers will benefit from a simple and intuitive system which enables cases to be submitted with ease, with a simple document upload and a full application process for brokers that takes up to just 10 minutes, leapfrogging the DIP stage.
MPowered Mortgages aim to deliver lending with certainty and control. The application process has been built alongside advisers to give them the tools they need to better serve their clients.
Additional highlights of the partnership for Brilliant Solutions brokers include:
- Range of fee-free re-mortgagesup to £1m
- 2 and 5 Year fixed periods up to 80 per cent
- CCJ – 1 satisfied up to £250 in last 3years
- Defaults over 2 years ignored
- Local Authority flats up to 70 per cent
- HMO – up to 6
Emma Hollingworth, distribution director at MPowered Mortgages, added: “We are delighted to join with Brilliant Solutions Mortgage Club and continuing to build a strong relationship with their club members, who can access our full product range focused on making the mortgage application process even smoother for everyone. Brilliant Solutions shares our vision for a tech-enabled future and our commitment to deliver for brokers.”
Michael Craig, sales director at Brilliant Solutions, said: “We’re very pleased to welcome MPowered Mortgages to our panel. The launch of a new lender is always exciting, especially when they are using cutting-edge technology to help drive our market forwards. We’re looking forward to be able to offer our members access to its range of flexible buy-to-let mortgages on its new lending platform.”