LANDBAY has entered into a partnership with TMA Club, giving brokers and their landlord clients access to its specialist buy-to-let products.
The peer-to-peer lender, which purely focuses on buy-to-let mortgages, said it will offer TMA’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.
“Our partnership with TMA is a mutually beneficial way for us to offer our expertise and services to a wide range of advisers, many of whom are finding navigating the new world of buy-to-let increasingly difficult,” said Paul Brett (pictured), managing director of intermediaries at Landbay.
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“We’re really excited to kick off this relationship with TMA Club, and to offer our support to their extensive network of advisers.”
Landbay said that regulatory and economic changes have created a new landscape in the buy-to-let market and landlords are working hard to keep up.
Its partnership with TMA will help provide guidance and assistance to the landlords that mainstream lenders are struggling to support, it added.
“The introduction of Landbay to our lender panel continues our promise to offer our members market leading access to specialist solutions,” said Robert McCoy, senior product and business manager at TMA Club.
“It’s tailored buy-to-let offering is ideal for brokers looking to assist their clients in a challenging marketplace and demonstrates how we continually develop our proposition to meet ever-evolving client and customer demands.”