Impact Specialist Finance added to Legal & General Mortgage Club’s SmartrRefer
Oct 2, 2019 ~2 minute read

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Impact Specialist Finance has been added to Legal & General Mortgage Club’s approved specialist distribution panel known as SmartrRefer.

This partnership will enable Legal & General Mortgage Club members to access Impact’s extensive range of specialist lending solutions and relationships in areas such as second charge, bridging, buy-to-let, commercial and credit impaired– amongst others.

Legal & General Mortgage Club is the largest and longest-running mortgage club in the UK, involved in around 30% of the intermediary mortgage market, and one in five of all mortgages in the UK. Now in its 25th year, it has completed well over £500bn of mortgages and prides itself on adding value to its advisers by working closely with new and existing lenders to deliver great products, pricing and criteria.

Dale Jannels, Managing Director at Impact Specialist Finance, commented:

“This is an important relationship for us as Legal & General is the largest mortgage club in the UK with the widest distribution across the market. Impact has come a long way since our rebrand at the beginning of 2019, and relationships such as this will help us to reach the next stage in our development as a company and to further establish ourselves as one of the UK’s leading specialist distributors.

“The specialist mortgage market is a growth area and we’re excited to be working closely with the Legal & General Mortgage Club team to help their members get the most from this dynamic and flexible area of the mortgage market.”

Craig Hall, Head of Broker Relationships, Legal & General Mortgage Club, adds: “Mortgage advice has always been crucial and in an environment where people’s circumstances are getting more complex, with more products on the market, it is a must for any potential borrower.

“With this is mind, it is great that our advisers can now refer cases to Impact Specialist Finance to help ensure the borrower receives the correct mortgage advice for their circumstance.”

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