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Keystone joins Sesame and PMS panels

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Sesame Network and PMS Mortgage Club have added Keystone Property Finance to their lender panels.

Broker members can now access Keystone’s classic range. This includes fixed term and tracker buy-to-let mortgages for individuals and limited company applicants.

Mortgage rates are the same regardless of whether landlords invest personally or through a limited company.

The rates are available to trading limited companies as well as SPVs.

Keystone chief executive David Whittaker (pictured) says: “We are delighted to join the panel of both Sesame and PMS and hope that the products within our classic range can offer a real solution to members looking to place cases for their clients with complex borrowing requirements.”

Sesame and PMS head of relationship management Jane Benjamin says: “We are pleased to welcome Keystone to our lender panels and we are confident that their intermediary-focused approach and specialist range of buy-to-let mortgages will be popular with our members and their clients.”

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