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At the Melton Building Society, we recognise the value and importance of the relationship we have with our intermediary partners. We offer a product transfer service for brokers, which includes the option to apply for a variation to the mortgage contract. We will pay a procuration fee for helping us to transfer our existing customers on to our loyalty products.
You can email us to obtain details of your customer’s existing mortgage. We will need the customer(s) to provide consent for this information to be released. Please complete our Customer Declaration Form and email this to us at email@example.com
Once you have completed the advice process, you can view our current range of scheme transfer products in our Intermediary Product Guide and produce an ESIS for your customer from your mortgage sourcing system.
If the product transfer request includes a variation to the mortgage contract such as a change to the term or repayment type, you will need to complete our Variation Decision in Principle Form and email this to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will complete a credit search for all applications where a variation is included. We will also need to complete an affordability assessment in the following circumstances:
If an affordability assessment is required, please use our affordability calculator to ensure your application meets our criteria.
After you have provided the customer(s) with a ESIS and received confirmation that the DIP has been accepted if a variation is included, you will need to complete our Product Transfer & Variation Application Form. Once completed and signed by your customer(s), please email this to:
Straight switch – email@example.com
Variation included – firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the product transfer is complete, we will send confirmation to both you and your customer.
Our current range of mortgage products available for download in PDF format.Download product guide
Guidelines designed to give general guidance to mortgage brokers on the Melton’s lending criteria.View Lending Criteria
View our range of helpful guides and literature.Find out more
Search our FAQs for any questions you may have.Search our FAQ’s