Kent Reliance and The Mortgage Alliance announce new partnership

Kent Reliance and The Mortgage Alliance announce new partnership
TMA are delighted to partner with Kent Reliance to further demonstrate how TMA is continuing to support Directly Authorised Intermediaries

Specialist mortgage lender, Kent Reliance, has announced that it has partnered with The Mortgage Alliance to provide a direct submission route for its brokers and extend its specialist distribution network.

TMA joins fellow group members First Complete and Pink who currently have access to Kent Reliance’s specialist mortgage propositions.

Emily Machin, National Account Manager, Kent Reliance, will provide ongoing support for TMA’s brokers to ensure its clients are able to access the following specialist mortgage products:

• Large property portfolios
• Homes in multiple occupancy (HMOs)
• Complex income cases
• Large property cases
• Expats

David Copland, Director of Mortgage Services commented, “TMA are delighted to partner with Kent Reliance to further demonstrate how TMA is continuing to support Directly Authorised Intermediaries. Kent Reliance’s strength and innovation in Buy to Let (BTL) and homes with multiple occupancies (HMO) provides wider choices for our intermediaries customers. Coupled with this, their recognition of intermediary support to product transfers, is a win win all round.”


Adrian Moloney, Sales Director for OneSavings Bank said, “We are delighted to announce a partnership with The Mortgage Alliance. With the Buy to Let Market evolving towards the specialist sector it is important that we extend our reach to as many brokers as possible, in order to offer them greater choice. The relationship with TMA will provide a direct submission route for their members and will complement our existing distribution channel.”

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