Mortgage Next extends non-conforming offering


Mortgage Next has added two specialist lenders to its panel to provide its brokers with a wider range of buy-to-let and sub-prime mortgage products.

Cheshire Mortgage Corporation and Blemain Finance will join the lender panel, both of which provide products for specialist mortgage needs. Blemain Finance offers buy-to-let products to clients with any status, including those with CCJs and discharged bankrupts, and also considers the self-employed and pensioners. Cheshire Mortgage Corporation offers a range of all status products, including self-cert, DSS income and sub-prime clients. The firm can offer micro-mortgages of between £3,000 and £25,000, as well as standard mortgages of up to £500,000, including shared ownership and non-stan...

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