Brilliant Solutions

The internet is down in our Head Office.  Staff continue to answer the phone and respond to messages but understandably response times and service standards are affected.  Please contact your Relationship Manager directly if you have any urgent issues.  Thank you.

Our office will be closed from 5pm Thursday, 20th October to 9am Friday, 21st October.
If you have any cases or enquiries that this may affect, please contact our team today. We apologise for any inconvenience.

We are currently experiencing some technical issues that are affecting our telephone lines and internet connection.

We hope to resolve this asap. Apologies for the inconvenience.

 

In honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II our offices will be closed on Monday 19th September while our staff pay their respects.

The office will re-open at 9am on Tuesday 20th September.

Ipswich Update

Here are the latest updates from the Ipswich Building Society.  These products are available via our direct to lender mortgage club which offers you payment on completion as well as specialist mortgage support and more.  Click here for a full list of Ipswich products.

Lender Announcement

We have made changes to our Lending to Non-UK Nationals criteria.

  • Maximum 80% LTV
  • Applicants must have been resident in the UK for a minimum of 2 years (evidenced through Passport stamp or other immigration documentation) & working for this length of time.
  • Have a valid UK work permit/visa with at least 2 years remaining.
  • Employed applicants only and subject to UK tax
  • Hold a UK Current Account
  • The applicant(s) should be of a professional standing and working in one of the following sectors – Education, Healthcare, Finance & Banking, IT or Legal.

For EU, EEA (Including Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) and Swiss citizens, evidence that they have successfully applied for Pre Settled will be accepted –  these will be subject to a maximum LTV of 80% and the criteria detailed above.

Where the applicant has been granted permanent rights to reside or Settled status (with permanent Leave to Remain) these are acceptable under our normal Underwriting Criteria.

Irish Citizens do not need a residence document as they have the right to reside and applications from Irish Nationals should be assessed on normal underwriting terms.

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