In this brief blog, we are going to talk about the TMA mortgage club.

Who is TMA mortgage club?

The TMA mortgage club is a mortgage club in the United Kingdom which is regulated by the financial conduct authority.

What makes TMA mortgage club unique?

TMA mortgage club has a few unique features which gives it an edge over other mortgage clubs in the UK such as the legal and general mortgage club.

The TMA mortgage club has a comprehensive panel of mortgage lenders.

They offer 24 hours payment of procuration fees. ( Subject to the lender confirming legal completion, and you submit a payment request form on ‘My Portal. )

They offer exclusive mortgage products.

They offer bespoke commercial terms.

They offer access to a support desk and provide access to key regional support managers.

They provide access to key news

They provide regular compliance support which is tailored to fit your business. They also provide regulate updates and guidance on compliance-related issues.

TMA mortgage club also provides a sourcing panel as well as technology for you to efficiently source the right products for your clients. There is also a general insurance sourcing portal and referral portal so you can earn a commission even when you aren’t able to serve the client.

TMA mortgage club also provides specialist lending options such as equity release products and second charge lending products.

There are also second charge and equity referral systems in place so you can refer clients even when you may not be able to serve them.

TMA mortgage club also provides a mortgage protection panel and a mortgage protection referral service so you can refer your clients even if you are not able to find the right mortgage protection panel which suits them.

TMA mortgage club also has a conveyancing panel which will allow you to earn more money when the opportunity arises,

TMA mortgage club also regularly holds events to update, educate and in some cases trains advisors on best practice and how to be more efficient when running their respective businesses.

What lenders are on TMA mortgage club?

There are a variety of lenders(over 59) on the TMA mortgage club panel including lenders who offer Residential mortgages, Buy To Let mortgages, Later Life mortgages, Bridging mortgages, Commercial mortgages and more.

The mortgage lenders on the TMA mortgage club panel include:

Accord Mortgages

Affirmative Finance

Aldermore

Barclays

Bath Building Society

Bluestone Mortgages

BM Solutions

Buckinghamshire Building Society

Coventry for intermediaries

Fleet mortgages

Foundation Home Loans

Chorley Building Society

Central Trust

Darlington-building-society

Furness Building Society

Halifax mortgages

Hanley Economic Building Society

Earl-shilton Building society

BuildLoan mortgages

Harpenden-building-society

Hinckley-rugby-building-society

Hodge-lifetime mortgages

Interbay mortgages

Kensington mortgages

Kent Reliance

Keystone mortgages

Landbay

Leeds Building Society

Leek United Building Society

LV= Equity Release

Nationwide Building Society

NatWest Intermediary Solutions

Precise Mortgages

The Melton Building Society

Virgin money mortgages

Vida Homeloans

The Mortgage Works

Principality-building-society

Platform mortgages

Progressive-building-society

Scottish-widows-bank

OneFamily mortgages

Paragon mortgages

Pepper homeloans

Together mortgages

Skipton intermediaries

Stafford-railway-building-society

Santander Mortgages

Teachers-building-society

The-mortgage-lender

Tipton & Coseley Building Society

The Nottingham-for-intermediaries

Mansfield-building-society

The-family-building-society

Saffron-for-intermediarie 

Newbury-building-society

Newcastle-intermediaries

Metro Bank

Masthaven

Mbs-lending-ltd

Marsden-building-society

TMA mortgage club also have access to exclusive products which you can view here:

If you want to join the TMA mortgage club you can contact them via the webform on their website or by calling : 0330 303 0236

John Bate

John has 22 years of experience in financial services. This spans across financial research, financial services (As a qualified mortgage broker and underwriter), financial trading and sales at global investment banks. While working as a publishing research analyst, he covered European bank credit and advised institutional clients on investment strategies at both JP Morgan and Societe Generale. John has passed all three levels of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) programme.