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Self employed lending specialist adds to its lender panel

From today members of both Paradigm Mortgage Services and PFA will be able to access the range of mortgage products currently offered by GE Money Home Lending, the company said.

The lender offers mortgages on an interest only and repayment basis. It uses affordability based calculators to consider each consumer’s individual ability to repay, rather than using historic income information.
GE Money Home Lending offers mortgage loans for first time buyers, purchasers, remortgagers, and those with adverse credit.
Last year GE Money Home Lending began offering mortgages to self employed customers who are now able to access its discount, fixed and tracker mortgages.  Self employed customers need to have been trading for at least two years and provide proof of income.
‘It is very pleasing to be adding one of the UK’s most progressive lenders on to the main lending panels for both Paradigm Mortgage Services and Paradigm Financial Advisers. GE Money Home Lending is a lender that has continued to actively lend through intermediaries over the past four years since the Credit Crunch and it remains absolutely committed to the broker market,’ said John Coffield, head of Paradigm Mortgage Services.

‘It is also active in a number of sectors, namely the self employed and adverse markets, where mortgage availability has been low and therefore it is able to help many individuals who are unable to secure a loan from traditional high street sources. We believe this new strategic relationship with GE Money Home Lending not only offers our member firms access to a quality, forward thinking lender but also one which has intermediaries at the heart of its operation,’ he added.

‘We are very pleased to be working with Paradigm and to be part of its continued growth.  GE Money Home Lending will add further value to the Paradigm members by offering a range of specialist products they do not currently have access to. It opens up an exciting new opportunity for us and grows our distribution base further,’ said Mark Snape, sales director at GE Money Home Lending.