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Computershare Loan Services launches new BTL lender

Computershare Loan Services has announced the launch of a new buy-to-let lender, Zephyr Homeloans.

The new company provides a range of mortgage products for professional portfolio landlords and other specialist property investors.

The lender accepts both individual and limited company applications through several key intermediary partners for individual BTL properties as well as for houses in multiple occupation, multi-unit freehold blocks, new builds and flats above commercial premises.

The company will be responsible for creating partnerships with approved intermediary brokers, underwriting, fulfillment, and day-to-day administration.

Computershare adds that Zephyr aims to support intermediaries by offering proactive guidance and providing mortgage solutions for its clients with rates starting from 2.69 per cent.

Zephyr head of sales Peter Charge says: “Zephyr is offering two and five-year fixed-rate products with a range of fee and rate options.

“We’re arranging loans of up to £2m on behalf of institutional investors for our standard range and up to £1.5m for specialist properties and are assisting them with accessing funding from third parties.”



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