Together has opened up its buy-to-let mortgage range to broker networks and clubs, meaning broker members will now be able to access buy-to-let mortgages, remortgages and secured loans for clients.
The client may be investors with large portfolios, as well as ‘accidental landlords’, who may have been unable to get funding from mainstream banks. The group’s products also include finance for holiday lets, houses of multiple occupancy (HMOs) and semi-commercial property.
Richard Tugwell, group intermediary relationship director at Together, said: “Thousands of brokers will now be able to access our award-winning buy-to-let products through some of the UK’s leading mortgage clubs and networks.
“There are all kinds of clients looking to finance their investments; from landlords who may have inherited a property, or moved in with a partner and want to rent out their home, to large scale, professional portfolio landlords.
“In every case, we consider each application on its merits, taking into account the customer’s individual circumstances to find the right type of finance to suit their needs.”
Together will consider most income sources, as well as tailored finance for properties regardless of their structure, age or valuation. The lender will also consider portfolio properties with no maximum volume or value, ex-council properties, maisonettes and flats on any number of floors.