This partnership will give its members direct access to Keystone and TML’s products.
TML head of national accounts David Eaves said: “We are delighted MCI Mortgage Club members now have access to additional lending options for their borrowers that are priced competitively and designed to cater for borrowers’ real life lending circumstances.”
MCI members to find Keystone’s products on Twenty7Tec
Phil Riches, sales and marketing director at Keystone Property Finance, said that the members will find Keystone’s products available on the Twenty7Tec sourcing system.
“I hope to see a lot of MCI members registering and using Keystone in the future for deals they have struggled to place for clients previously.
“We have worked hard to make the Application In Principle (AIP) and application process as quick and simple as possible for brokers.
“They will be able to submit and track applications using the intuitive cloud-based platform called MyKeystone. MyKeystone can be accessed by members once registered using our online form.”
Members will need to register with Keystone before they can submit or track cases.
Technology to simplify application process
Phil Whitehouse, head of MCI Club (pictured), said: “Technology is at the heart of MCI’s proposition as most of our members will be users of the Mortgage Keeper CRM system and it pleasing to see Keystone’s emphasis on technology to simplify the application process.”
Phil Whitehouse added that TML also has a good brand and is a great addition to the panel.
“The range of residential and buy-to-let products have criteria that help people with less than straightforward circumstances and this panel appointment is a great opportunity for us to work together.”