Keystone Property Finance joins Julian Harris’ mortgage panel

Specialist lending brand Keystone Property Finance has joined the mortgage panel of Julian Harris.

Specialist lending brand Keystone Property Finance has joined the mortgage panel of Julian Harris.


Brokers that are ARs of the network can now access Keystone’s Classic Range which includes a selection of fixed term and tracker buy to let mortgages available to individuals, SPVs and trading limited company applicants.

Keystone boasts criteria aimed at investors typically with more complex borrowing scenarios, having rates for HMOs up to 8-beds, multi-units up to 10 flats and flats above non-food commercial premises. It is also one of the few lenders which will allow remortgages within six months.

Keystone offers its brokers an online submission system called KASS which can be used to get AIPs and submit cases for products in its Classic Range. It also offers an online case tracking facility called MyKeystone which saves brokers time when checking the progress of cases.

Phil Riches, Head of Sales of Keystone said:

“We are delighted to be joining the mortgage panel of Julian Harris Network. We are confident that the products within our Classic Range will prove popular with members looking to place complex buy to let deals for their clients.”

Julian Harris CEO of Julian Harris Adviser Network commented:

 “Following requests from our members, we are pleased to announce that we now have access to the specialist services offered by Keystone Property Finance”.

Members will need to register with Keystone before transacting.

 

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