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Assetline Capital joins another aggregator panel

by Reporter8 minute read

The non-bank lender has announced its partnership wih aggregator outsource Financial.

Assetline Capital has joined the lender panel of aggregator outsource Financial, in a partnership that it said would open up a suite of new business lending options for outsource Financial’s brokers, ranging from short-term capital funding to long-term mortgages, bridging, and construction finance.

According to the non-bank lender, they will be working closely with outsource Financial to provide guidance and training on the different products and solutions that have now become available for their brokers.

Assetline Capital’s national head of sales Royden D’Vaz stated it was a challenging market right now, with clients looking for more choice.

“We’re excited to bring outsource Financial more options for their savvy brokers and customers,” Mr D’Vaz said.

“With our full suite of full doc, alt doc, SMSF, bridging loans, partially completed, development construction, and long-term loans, they will have the ability to help more customers find more solutions all in one place.”

This partnership is the latest in Assetline Capital’s growth path, which has seen a series of product developments, aggregator partnerships, and team expansion.

In the last 12 months, we have seen Assetline Capital grow tremendously, from introducing long-term Horizon Mortgages to the market, expanding [our] team in Queensland and partnering with leading aggregators,” Mr D’Vaz said.

Commenting on the partnership, outsource Financial chief executive Tanya Sale said: Partnering with Assetline Capital has been a valuable addition to outsource Financial’s panel.

They are causing quite a splash out in the market with their highly competitive products.

As is the way at outsource Financial, if we or our brokers identify any gaps in our panel, swift action is taken to provide whichever niche or offering we are lacking. Thus ensuring we are always meeting the evolving needs of our brokers, and consequently, borrowers.

Ms Sale added that the non-bank lender’s products, transparency, responsiveness, and solutions are filling spaces within the market that have been left open.

Mr D’Vaz further commented: For some brokers, it may be the first time working with us or on a loan type they’re not familiar with. Our business development managers (BDMs) are on hand to guide them along the way.

We’d encourage all outsource Financial brokers to get accredited through the aggregator so they can access our full suite of lending solutions.

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