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22nd July 2021
Darlington Intermediaries have joined the growing lender panel of Brilliant Solutions mortgage club.
The partnership gives Brilliant Solutions advisors access to Darlington Intermediaries’ wide range of standard and specialist mortgages including interest only, buy-to-let, complex income/property and credit impaired.
The society has a flexible approach to specialist lending and included in the range are specialist let (inc. Holiday Let) and Joint Borrower/Sole Proprietor purchases.
Brilliant Solutions are none transactional, and profit only through broker relationships. This long-term partnership approach means they really know their brokers, adding huge value to its lenders.
The mortgage club also manages payments for many lenders, vastly improving payment times whilst simplifying and standardising the process.
Chris Blewitt, Head of Intermediary Distribution at Darlington Intermediaries, said, “We are delighted to join Brilliant Solutions panel. Our strapline at the society is ‘we make complex cases simple’, and with no credit scoring each application is underwritten on an individual basis.
Brilliant has a great reputation and puts their advisors, and their clients, first – just like us. We look forward to working with their advisors, especially those with trickier and more specialist cases.”
Michael Craig, Sales Director of Brilliant Solutions, added, “Darlington Intermediaries is a welcomed addition to our mortgage club. Their extensive lending criteria means we can offer our advisors additional outcomes for their difficult cases.
The society is passionate on building relationships with brokers, and meeting their clients needs. We look forward to working with the team at Darlington Intermediaries.”
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