FHL launched in February as a buy-to-let lender while Goldsmith Williams specialises in offering legal services to the buy-to-let market.
FHL is targeting first-time landlords and doesn’t require borrowers to currently own a property. It will also lend to borrowers up to the age of 85 by the end of term.
FHL business development director Paul Brett said: “Goldsmith Williams are well known for the quality of service they offer and I’m pleased that we will be able to refer work to them as a member of our legal panel. First time landlords are a group of clients who will require a good deal of support and that’s where the experience that Goldsmith Williams have built over decades will be of real value.”
Eddie Goldsmith, senior partner at Goldsmith Williams said: “FHL have just announced they are to start lending to first-time landlords. We have a great deal of experience in the first time landlord market which will help us deliver a flexible and focused service for FHL and their client’s benefit.”
Yesterday, Foundation Home Loans (FHL) launched fixed and discounted rate mortgage options aimed at first-time landlords, with no requirement for borrowers to currently own a property.