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eMoneyfacts launches buy-to-let search facility

eMoneyfacts has extended its range of product searches with a full whole of market buy-to-let search.

The buy-to-let search facility includes all the unique eMoneyfacts filtering and sorting features, and continuously updated product data.

Advisers can also provide buy-to-let clients with mortgage illustrations for non-regulated lending.

Advisers simply input client details and requirements and are presented with buy-to-let mortgage products that match their client’s criteria.

To make the task even easier, the system incorporates unique filtering and sorting options including mortgage type, term and features such as trackers and fees.

The buy-to-let search is easy to use and brings the results back within seconds. And like all Moneyfacts
systems, all the data is completely independent and impartial.

Emma Butler, web editor at eMoneyfacts, says: “Adding buy-to-let mortgages to the range of products fully supported on eMoneyfacts will be invaluable to the many advisers dealing with this evolving market sector.

“The whole-of-market searches, with the excellent sorting and filtering features, make the service both uniquely comprehensive and extremely fast and efficient.

“eMoneyfacts is completely free to Moneyfacts subscribers and almost 7,000 users have registered since we launched the concept in April this year.”


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