Specialist buy-to-let lender Keystone Property Finance has joined the mortgage panel of mortgage compliance and insurance club, giving their members direct access to Keystone’s products.
Keystone’s criteria is aimed towards complex buy-to-let borrowers, including self-employed individuals, portfolio landlords and landlords with unusual property types, and also lends to landlords with a variety of corporate structures including trading limited companies, SPVs and LLPs.
Phil Whitehouse, head of MCI Club said: “I am excited about the addition of Keystone to MCI’s increasing lender panel.
“As an intermediary only lender that has a wide range of solutions for intermediaries with complex buy-to-let enquiries, our growing number of supporting brokers will see Keystone as a valuable addition.
“Technology is at the heart of MCI’s proposition as most of our members will be users of the Mortgage Keeper CRM system and it pleasing to see Keystone’s emphasis on technology to simplify the application process.”
Phil Riches, sales and marketing director at Keystone Property Finance, said: “I am certain that our products and lending criteria will be received positively by the members of the MCI Club.
“The members will find Keystone’s products available on the Twenty7Tech sourcing system. I hope to see a lot of MCI members registering and using Keystone in the future for deals they have struggled to place for clients previously.
“We’ve worked hard to make the AIP and application process as quick and simple as possible for brokers; they will be able to submit and track applications using the intuitive cloud-based platform called MyKeystone.”
Members will need to register with Keystone before they can submit or track cases.