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Digital broker Property Master launches targeting landlords

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  • 31/05/2017
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Digital broker Property Master launches targeting landlords
Another online brokerage named Property Master, dealing exclusively with the buy-to-let market, has launched.

Property Master promises landlords the ability to source and apply for buy-to-let loans which match their exact requirements, with all mortgages “pre-screened for acceptance”. The broker claims that borrowers can run simple ‘what-if’ searches, and apply for the right deal with a single click.

Property Master claims its service works “round the clock”, sending clients alerts as and when offers change to their advantage. It also will make “unprompted suggestions” to remortgage early if the deal is good enough.

It doesn’t charge a fee for its services on standard mortgages, but says there may be fees on complex deals when its in-house team needs to get involved.

Property Master is headed up by Angus Stewart, the man behind fraud management, risk and compliance specialist e-Solutions.

Stewart explained: “Taking control of financing is essential for landlords, as the government continues to put a tighter squeeze on tax relief and other allowances. Having the right mortgage deal in place, and taking the time to think through the overall portfolio finance, can make all the difference to a landlord’s financial return.

“With such important benefits on offer, there is a clear need for an easy-to-use but sophisticated online service that puts landlords in control.”

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