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Julian Harris Network signs Keystone to mortgage panel

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The Julian Harris Adviser Network has signed Keystone Property Finance to its mortgage panel.

Brokers that are ARs of the network can now access Keystone’s classic range.

This includes fixed term and tracker buy-to-let mortgages available to individuals, SPVs and trading limited company applicants.

Keystone head of sales Phil Riches says: “We are delighted to be joining the mortgage panel of Julian Harris Network.”

Julian Harris Adviser Network chief executive Julian Harris says: “Following requests from our members, we are pleased to announce that we now have access to the specialist services offered by Keystone Property Finance.”

Keystone has an online submission system called KASS which brokers can use to get AIPs and submit cases for classic range products.

It also has an online case tracking facility called MyKeystone to savebrokers time when checking the progress of cases.

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