Dudley Building Society has launched a new home loan for people with long-term disabilities.
The product is an exclusive agreement with mortgage arranger MySafeHome, a leading homeownership advisor for people with long-term disabilities (HOLD).
The mutual says the loan follows government support for the mortgage interest rate ‘so borrowers don’t need to top up their mortgage payments’, and is available across the West Midlands.
Coventry-based MySafeHome was founded in 1997 and has helped over 1,400 people become homeowners through the HOLD scheme.
Dudley Building Society chief executive James Paterson said: “The society is dedicated to supporting our communities, which is why we strive to provide mortgages for borrowers with long-term disabilities.
“The impact homeownership has on borrowers with long-term disabilities is life changing, providing them with valuable independence. »
MySafeHome Managing Director, David Abbey, added: “The launch of this new mortgage is a true testament to the Dudley Building Society’s commitment to supporting all members of the various communities it serves, and the Society should be at rightly very proud to offer people with disabilities such an incredible experience. , a life-changing opportunity.
Last February, Launch of the Dudley Building Society a previous partnership with MySafeHome arrange home loans for people with disabilities.