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.
Virgin Money has made a number of reductions to rates across its residential and BTL mortgage ranges, as well as a number of product introductions.
In London itself rental declines have bottomed out amid rising demand, reaching -3.8% in July, from -9.8% in February.
The technology offers instant indicative mortgage offers, including automatic valuations models (AVMs) where applicable.
It has been made available to all Goodlord customers after the success of its trial period with Andrews.
The Cumberland Building Society has reduced rates within its holiday let mortgage range, as well as introducing a 60% loan-to-value (LTV) tier.
Castle Trust Bank has appointed a pair of new business development managers.
Paul Fryers, managing director at Zephyr Homeloans, said: “We’re constantly evolving our products for BTL landlords in an extremely fast‑moving market.”
CHL Mortgages has expanded its distribution panel with the addition of mortgage, protection and investment network In Partnership.
In addition to reduced rates and fees across various products, a number of deals have been removed as part of the changes.