Members of the mortgage club will now have access to the lender’s range of specialist mortgage products.
Alongside the rise in rates, the number of mortgage products on the market at the higher LTV margins has reduced significantly.
The firm’s reduced BTL rates are all accessible to individuals as well as limited companies, and from first-time landlords to portfolio investors.
The buy-to-let market is strengthening due to the first-time buyer market weakening, as a result of coronavirus, it was revealed on a Mortgage Introducer Webinar.
The lender has also launched offerings within its Help to Buy remortgage range.
Roma Finance has also made an agreement to double the lending facility with Cambridge Building Society to grow the medium term buy-to-let proposition.
Appointed representatives of PRIMIS will have immediate access to Pepper’s residential and buy-to-let mortgage ranges.
The new product range includes buy-to-let products to support limited company landlords with rates from 3.04%.
All the rates are available for loan sizes up to £1.5m and these rates apply to standard properties.
Three in ten landlords reportedly see the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity.