Saffron joins Primis to widen distribution

PRIMIS advisers will have full access to Saffron’s range of residential and buy-to-let (BTL) products.

Saffron joins Primis to widen distribution

Saffron for Intermediaries, part of Saffron Building Society, has joined the PRIMIS Mortgage Network lender panel.


PRIMIS advisers will have full access to Saffron’s range of residential and buy-to-let (BTL) products.

Saffron’s product offering contains a special situation range which caters for a wide spectrum of different borrowers.

This includes the self-employed with one to two years’ accounts, contractors - including zero-hour contracts - those wishing to build or renovate their own home, prospective landlords, and those in retirement.

The society also has a development finance arm for small home developments.

Tony Hall, head of mortgage sales at Saffron for Intermediaries, said: “We are delighted to partner with PRIMIS.

"The network’s community of expert advisers will now have full access to our extensive range of products, with clients benefitting from our common-sense approach to lending too.

“It is a great time for our partnership to begin and flourish following the recent positive updates to our criteria that bring the society in line with the modern world. PRIMIS offers excellent support to advisers with a positive focus on service, something that is at the heart of everything we do at Saffron.”

Vikki Jefferies, proposition director at PRIMIS, added: “We are delighted to announce the addition of Saffron Building Society to our lender panel, in a move that will allow us to continue providing our advisers with the widest possible range of products to suit each client’s needs.

“Saffron share in our commitment to ensuring brokers have the right tools to best support their clients.

"In addition to Saffron’s wide-range of competitively priced products, the partnership also provides access to Saffron’s intermediary portal, which can be used alongside Toolbox to ensure brokers have access to the best tech to securely and efficiently process cases.”