Financial provider StrideUp has been added to The Mortgage Association’s (TMA) lender panel.

From today, TMA member firms will have access to StrideUp’s products, which consist of two-, five- and 10-year fixed rate deals.

In addition, certified Shariah-compliant customers can purchase or refinance a home with a Home Purchase Plan (HPP) structure.

Intermediaries who have FCA HPP permissions can advise and submit business directly to StrideUp.

For intermediaries who are not HPP authorised, the customer can be referred to StrideUp who will provide the advice.

StrideUp chief distribution officer Guy Batchelor says: “StrideUp’s mission is to provide flexible home finance solutions that allow people to successfully get onto the property ladder.

“Our strategy is to partner with leading distribution partners and so it makes perfect sense for us to join TMA’s lender panel.”

TMA club development director Lisa Martin says: “It is vital that our lending panel meets the growing challenges and needs of customers and so adding a lender, like StrideUp, to our panel, helps our brokers provide more choice and options for those seeking to get onto the housing ladder.

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