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Keystone Buy to Let Mortgages rebrands


Keystone Buy to Let Mortgages is to rebrand as Keystone Property Finance.

Management decided to change the firm’s name to reflect the wider range of products it now offers.

Managing director David Whittaker says: “In addition to buy-to-let mortgages, we already offer both short- and mid-term finance solutions for residential landlords. We now have plans to broaden our offering to include products for commercial investors and owner-occupiers. The change of name reflects the growth of the brand.”

The move coincides with Keystone’s move from Sevenoaks to Kings Hill where it will share an office with its owner, Mortgages for Business.



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