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Deal gives landlords access to legal, regulatory and licensing info

Prominent buy to let service the Mortgage Advice Bureau has announced a new partnership that should allow landlords to arm themselves with increased knowledge of regulations and laws surrounding the lettings sector.

MAB has linked with Yuno, which via technology and the use of so-called ‘intelligent data’ gives users access to licensing, regulation and law changes which in turn allow better informed investment decisions by landlords.

Keith Burch-Lovell, head of partnerships at MAB, says: “We are delighted to partner with Yuno – a no-brainer considering the synergies between the two businesses. Shining the spotlight on the wellbeing of our Buy to Let customers, we have already started working alongside landlords and letting agencies to upskill on key health and safety considerations in the sector. And we’re proud to play a pivotal role in this educational journey.”

Meanwhile Paul Conway - chief executive and founder of Yuno - comments: “The partnership with marketing leading mortgage advisers, MAB, will arm our clients with the bespoke mortgage advice that goes hand in hand with the ever-changing regulatory landscape in the private rental sector.

“Products are constantly changing and are becoming ever more specific to the way a property is being managed, so it’s great to have them side by side with our clients and users.  Yuno partners use valuable reporting and training to increase instructions, connecting landlord details to property addresses.

“Yuno is offering early customers who support their local landlord and investor community free portfolio monitoring for their existing portfolio and clients”.

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