Mortgages

L&G Mortgage Club secures Kensington exclusives

The Residential Select Premier Large Loan products include one, two and five-year fixed rates.

Rozi Jones
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9th July 2019
Craig McKinlay Northview Group
"With affordability still a big issue in many parts of the country, there are lots of people with good jobs and good career prospects who may need a higher LTV mortgage"

Legal & General Mortgage Club has secured six exclusive residential products from Kensington Mortgages.

The Residential Select Premier Large Loan products include one-year fixed rates from 3.04% up to 80% LTV and 3.44% to 85% LTV, two-year fixed rates from 3.09% to 80% LTV or 3.49% to 85% LTV, and five-year fixed rates at 3.84% and 4.14% respectively.

All products come with a £1,499 completion fee on a maximum loan size of £2,000,000.

Danny Belton, head of lender relationships at L&G Mortgage Club, commented: “The Kensington of today has a refreshing approach when it comes to understanding customers. Through this new lens, and with the use of data, they are able to offer great products that really meet the needs of those customers who want to borrow larger amounts and higher LTVs.

"It’s great to see lenders like Kensington spotting these opportunities and we’re excited to work together with them to further build and support this proposition.”

Craig McKinlay, new business director at Kensington, added: “Society is changing, and the mortgage market has struggled to keep pace with all of those changes. With affordability still a big issue in many parts of the country, there are lots of people with good jobs and good career prospects who may need a higher LTV mortgage to remortgage or find a larger home that can support a growing family. There are also more self-employed people and contract workers, who sometimes struggle to find a mortgage.

"We use a combination of data analytics, and manual underwriting, to look at each individual on a case by case basis. We are delighted to be able to bring these products to more people through the Legal & General Mortgage Club.”

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