Primis signs up Saffron for Intermediaries

Saffron for Intermediaries has become the latest top lender to sign up to the lender panel for the Primis Mortgage Network, giving advisors working with the network access to all of its products.

The range of mortgage loans currently offered by Saffron includes a number of special situation products. These have been designed to meet the needs of borrowers with a variety of personal circumstances. Among the loans are one that self-employed people can apply for based on their accounts for the previous two years, one aimed at contractors and one for retired borrowers.

Speaking to Financial Reporter, the mortgage sales head for Saffron, Tony Hall, stated that the lender was thrilled to be joining forces with Primis. He then went on to say that:

“The network’s community of expert advisors will now have full access to our extensive range of products, with clients benefiting from our common-sense approach to lending too.”

Hall also pointed out that the recent criteria adjustments that Saffron had introduced to modernise its mortgage offer made it the ideal time to be going into partnership with a network like Primis.

He concluded by saying that the network had become known for the support that it provides to its mortgage advisors and for the high quality of the customer service that it offers.

Many advisors choose to follow up their CeMAP mortgage advisor training with signing up with a network such as Primis, precisely because of the easy access to the big mortgage lenders that doing so provides them with.


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