Mortgage and Property Investment Magazine Logo

Residential By Foundation enters JBSP product arena

by | May 21, 2024

Share this article

Residential by Foundation, the residential brand of intermediary-only specialist lender Foundation Home Loans, has today (Tuesday 21 May) entered the Joint Borrower Sole Proprietor (JBSP) product arena through the launch of a suite of two- and five-year fixed rate products up to 85% LTV across its F1 and F2 residential credit tiers.

These products allow for up to four borrowers to be named on the mortgage, up to two of whom are named on the property deed.

Within its F1 credit tier, the two- and five-year fixed rate JBSP products are available up to 85% LTV. They come with a £795 fee, with rates starting from 6.29%. 


Two- and five-year fixed rate JBSP options are also available within Foundation’s F2 credit tier, up to 80% LTV. These come with a £795 fee and rates starting from 6.39%. 

Products within the new JBSP range are offered for both purchase and remortgage purposes with options for interest-only, capital repayment and part & part repayment, and a wide range of family members can be considered as supporting borrowers. 

Foundation’s current service levels continue to average turnaround times of one day for DIP referral, application and underwriter review for all cases.


Tom Jacob, Director of Product and Marketing at Foundation Home Loans, said:

“It’s become increasingly evident just how much support FTBs require from family members as the struggle to raise a deposit and affordability hurdles represent ongoing concerns.

“JBSP is a product type that we’ve been closely assessing for a significant period of time and, through our recently launched residential brand, we are now better positioned to deliver a competitive solution backed by common sense underwriting and the highest service standards.


“Up to four applicants can be named on a JBSP mortgage. This allows a wide range of family members to use their incomes to bolster the borrowing potential of the main applicants without needing to be named on the property deeds. 

“As a lender, it’s vital to continue exploring how and where we can provide greater product choice and we hope the introduction of this new offering will provide a flexible option to help our intermediary partners meet ever-changing client demands in an increasingly complex borrowing environment.”

For more information on Foundation Home Loans, please visit:


Share this article

Related articles

Sign up to the Mortgage and Property Newsletter

Trending articles

IFA Talk logo

IFA Talk Mortage and Property is the new addition to the IFA Talk podcast family, where we discuss the latest topics relevant to Mortgage and Property professionals.

IFA Talk Mortgage & Property Podcast