Keystone added to First Complete and Pink panel

Keystone Property Finance has been added to the First Complete and Pink network panel.

As a result, First Complete and Pink appointed representatives will have access to Keystone’s specialist buy-to-let products, including those for portfolio landlords.

Keystone’s classic range is open to individual and limited companies and the lender accepts both Special Purpose Vehicle companies and trading businesses without taking a fixed and floating charge.

Keystone head of sales Phil Riches says: “We are confident that our Classic Range will be of particular help to ARs who need to place complex buy to let deals. We will lend on non-standard properties including HMOs with up to eight bedrooms, blocks of flats with up to 10 separate units, flats above commercial property and ex-local authority houses. 

“We also take a very commonsense approach to underwriting and we try to make the process as streamlined as possible for brokers, particularly where portfolio landlord applications are concerned.”

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