Keystone Property Finance has joined the mortgage panel of Legal & General, giving members direct access to Keystone’s buy-to-let products.
Its range is aimed at property investors typically with more complex borrowing requirements, including portfolio landlords and unusual property types.
Keystone lends to landlords borrowing both personally and through a variety of corporate structures including SPVs, LLPs and trading limited companies.
Members will need to register with Keystone before they can submit or track cases. Registration forms can be downloaded from the Keystone website.
Danny Belton, head of lender relationships at Legal and General said: “Today’s buy-to-let market has become more complex, and it is important that our members have access to a range of lenders, such as Keystone Property Finance, that can provide good specialist solutions.”
Phil Riches, sales and marketing director at Keystone Property Finance, added: “I am confident that our product offering will be received well with L&G members. We cater for brokers whose clients have complex cases to place whether it be income, property type or applicant status. Keystone has a broad range of criteria and very competitive products.
“We’ve worked hard to make the application process as quick and simple as possible for brokers; they will be able to submit and track applications using the new, intuitive cloud-based platform called MyKeystone.”