Impact Specialist Finance appointed onto Quantum Mortgages packager panel

Impact Specialist Finance, the leading specialist packager and distributor, has been appointed to the Quantum Mortgages packager panel.

Impact’s brokers will have access to Quantum’s recently launched buy-to-let product range for individuals and limited companies who can purchase single unit properties including those in Northern Ireland, flats including high rise, new builds, studio, ex local authority & above/adjacent commercial units, MUBs, HMOs, holiday let, student lets and semi commercial properties.

Impact also provides a Referral Service as part of this appointment as there may be occasions where, for a variety of reasons, brokers may wish to pass the customer over to impact. For example, where a case is highly complex and you don’t have the relevant permissions. Referrals can be accepted for both regulated and non-regulated cases across bridging, specialist lending, buy to let and commercial.

Dale Jannels, Managing Director at Impact Specialist Finance, commented: “We’ve known Spencer and Jason for a long time and worked with them previously, so when they announced they were setting up Quantum, it was only natural that we would be one of the first to sign a packaging agreement with them following their launch.

“With tenant demand high in many areas, we are seeing record levels of buy-to-let business and so a new lender offering us and our brokers more options is very welcome and we look forward to working with Spencer and the team.”

Spencer Gale, Sales & Marketing Director at Quantum Mortgages added: “The Quantum Mortgages team has a long-established relationship with Impact and have always found them to be one of the highest quality distributors. Being the experts they are, they totally get our new proposition and will no doubt maximise the common-sense criteria for the benefit of their intermediaries.

“As a new lender, our packaging partners will be limited to only the best quality, most knowledgeable and customer focused firms so Impact were of course one of the first firms we wanted to work with.”