The launch of AVMs will be piloted ahead to full market release to ensure Pepper’s standard of service levels are maintained.
Castle Trust Bank has reduced its rates and simplified its range of houses in multiple occupation (HMO) and holiday let mortgages as part of an overhaul of its specialist buy-to-let range.
TMG is currently a network of independently owned, directly authorised (DA) firms but now has the additional capacity to be able to accommodate 25 hand-picked appointed representative (AR) businesses.
Guardian will be accessible on the whole of market (WOM) panel and available on the prime panel.
Foundation has also launched buy-to-let flat-fee limited editions for both individual and limited company landlord borrowers.
GetGround recently announced a partnership with Molo to offer exclusive mortgage rates for landlords and investors that invest through limited companies created on the GetGround platform.
Dudley Building Society has opened the whole of its residential product range for self-employed applicants with only one year’s accounts.
In London itself rental declines have bottomed out amid rising demand, reaching -3.8% in July, from -9.8% in February.
Ahauz will lend first-time buyers an equity loan up to 25% of the property value in addition to their primary mortgage, allowing them to access lower loan-to-values (LTVs).
Natalie Summerson, sales and marketing director at British Friendly said: “We are delighted to be able to reintroduce these options as we start to build a more inclusive offering at a time when income protection is becoming increasingly relevant and valuable.”