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Scarborough joins Trigold’s ENC module

Trigold has signed Scarborough as the 23rd lender to support its enhanced non-conforming sourcing module.

Scarborough Specialist Mortgages offers a service to the non-conforming lending arena providing a product range including prime to heavy adverse, including specialist buy-to-let and adverse buy-to-let.

ENC ensures that lenders’ individual underwriting criteria are included in the system and products are sourced upon individual credit conditions whether CCJs or arrears.

Trigold chief executive Bill Safran says: “Scarborough has developed a reputation for innovation and expertise in the non-conforming sector especially since the launch of their specialist mortgages division.”

Scarborough group relationship manager Simon Evans says: “Signing up to Trigold to become an ENC Lender was a logical step in supporting and enhancing our recent growth and success in the specialist market. We have launched a host of new products to the market that expand our traditional product categories and with ENC – we are able to present these accurately and directly onto the brokers’ desktop.”

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