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Keystone Property Finance joins TMA Mortgage Club panel

Keystone Property Finance has joined TMA Mortgage Club and will now offer members access to its classic buy-to-let mortgage range.

The specialist lending brand is aimed at landlords with more complex borrowing requirements and accept applications from individuals, SPV and trading limited companies.

The classic range includes fixed and tracker rates up to 80 per cent LTV and features products designed especially for HMOs, multi-let and blocks of flats.

Keystone chief executive David Whittaker (pictured) says: “We are delighted to join the panel of TMA Mortgage Club. We know that the Classic Range will prove particularly popular with brokers looking to place deals for their portfolio landlord clients who will have to adapt to a changed buy to let landscape from October.”

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