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Keystone relaunches as a specialist BTL lender

Keystone Property Finance has relaunched its specialist buy-to-let offering and is now well placed to lend to landlords borrowing both personally and through a variety of corporate structures, including individuals, SPVs, LLPs and trading limited companies, with borrowing rates starting from 2.99%.

It has already established itself as a leading lender for landlords with complex borrowing requirements and for those looking to finance higher-yielding properties such as HMOs and multi-units.

David Whittaker, CEO of Keystone Property Finance, said: “The step up to full lender status corroborates our performance so far. Over the last six years we have successfully originated more than £400m of loans via intermediaries, networks and mortgage clubs and we have made a name for ourselves as true specialists willing to go the extra mile. 


“With the support of our new funding partner, we are delighted to offer competitive rates starting at 2.99%.”

The intermediary-only lender, which recently added to its team of BDMs, underwriters and case managers to cope with more business, allows brokers to submit and track applications using a new cloud-based platform called MyKeystone.

Whittaker added: “As the buy-to-let market realigns to the new tax and regulatory landscape, it is important that as a lender Keystone provides products and systems to enable brokers to support their landlords through this period of change.

“We are particularly proud to be the first lender to incorporate The Buy to Let Hub which allows brokers to shape, analyse and report on landlord portfolios to an ever-increasing number of specialist buy to let lenders.”

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