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TMA Mortgage Club adds Keystone Property Finance to panel

by: Edward Murray
  • 10/07/2017
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TMA Mortgage Club adds Keystone Property Finance to panel
TMA Mortgage Club has added specialist lending brand Keystone Property Finance to its panel.

The move gives members direct access to Keystone’s Classic Range of buy-to-let mortgages.

Keystone generally caters for landlords with non-standard borrowing requirements and accepts applications from individuals, SPVs and trading limited companies.

Its Classic Range offers a selection of fixed and tracker rates up to 80% loan-to-value, including products designed especially for HMOs, multi-let and blocks of flats.

TMA Mortgage Club members will be able to submit and track cases online, generate AIPs and mortgage illustrations, and keep a tally of all proc fees earned with Keystone. Members will need to register with Keystone before transacting business.

Commenting on the partnership, David Whittaker (pictured), CEO of Keystone, said: “We are delighted to join the panel of TMA Mortgage Club. We know that the Classic Range will prove particularly popular with brokers looking to place deals for their portfolio landlord clients who will have to adapt to a changed buy-to-let landscape from October.”

David Copland, director of mortgage services at LSL Group, added: “We are pleased to welcome Keystone and are confident that their specialist range of buy-to-let mortgages, which include HMOs, Multi-Units and ltd Company products, will be popular with our members and their clients.”

Originally focused on specialist buy-to-let finance, Keystone also offers access to commercial mortgages, short-term and auction finance. Funding for Keystone product ranges is supplied by Paratus AMC and Together Money.

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