Mortgages for Business & Keystone Property Finance have made it to the shortlists of the 2017 Mortgage Strategy Awards and the 2017 Business Moneyfacts Awards, featuring heavily across a range of different categories.
Following the Mortgage Strategy Awards 2017’s rigorous selection process, Mortgages for Business has been shortlisted in the Best Specialist Broker/Distributor category, as well as in the Best Broker for Buy to Let category.
Keystone Property Finance, the intermediary-only lending brand owned by Mortgages for Business, meanwhile has been shortlisted in the Best Buy to Let Lender category.
The winners of the Mortgage Strategy Awards 2017 will be announced at an awards ceremony, which will take place Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane on Wednesday 29th March 2017.
The Business Moneyfacts Awards 2017, which is another highlight of the industry calendar, has this year announced that Mortgages for Business has been shortlisted for the following awards: Commercial Mortgage Introducer of the Year, Buy-to-Let Mortgage Broker of the Year, and Development Finance Broker of the Year.
Mortgages for Business & Keystone Property Finance shortlisted for raft of top industry awards
Keystone Property Finance has also been shortlisted in the Best Service from a Buy-to-Let Mortgage Provider category.
The winners of the Business Moneyfacts Awards 2017 will be announced on Thursday 17th March at an awards ceremony at the Lancaster London Hotel.
Mortgages for Business is proud to have a raft of awards to its name.
It has taken the Business Moneyfacts Awards prize for Buy to Let Broker of the Year three years running and last year, the broker walked away with three What Mortgage Awards accolades, including Best Broker Customer Service.
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