LANDBAY has entered into a partnership with the Julian Harris Adviser Network, giving the adviser firm’s brokers access to its specialist buy-to-let products.
The peer-to-peer lender, which purely focuses on buy-to-let mortgages, said on Monday that it will offer Julian Harris’s intermediaries a full range of products. These will include mortgages aimed at portfolio landlords, houses in multiple occupation, multi-unit freehold blocks, first time landlords, limited companies and new build properties.
Brokers will also have access to Landbay’s online intermediary portal, which includes case tracking features and a property portfolio key.
“We’re excited to start working with the Julian Harris Adviser Network, and to open up our expertise to their strong network of brokers,” said Paul Brett (pictured), managing director of intermediaries at Landbay.
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“This is part of our dedication to fill the gap for those who feel they aren’t getting the necessary support from some of the mainstream lenders in the new world of buy-to-let.”
Landbay said that as the anniversary of the PRA changes approaches brokers are beginning to settle into the new buy-to-let landscape.
“Our core ethos at Julian Harris Adviser Network is to help our members give the best advice around the most suitable products selected from the whole marketplace,” said Julian Harris, director of Julian Harris Networks.
“We are always open to new, innovative and diverse options, including these cost efficient, flexible buy-to-let mortgages from Landbay.”
The partnership follows the announcement last month that Landbay had joined the Sesame and PMS lending panels.