- 247 Total Properties
- £0 Total Purchase Loans Required
- £74,198,845 Total Remortgage Loans Required
We are a business to business entity that has been developed by the founder of Landlord Mortgages to mediate between two businesses who wish to create a loan agreement that is secured/charged against a UK property(s).
We mediate between a business who wants to lend and a business who wants to borrow. Due to the nature of our background it is more than likely that the borrowing business will be a landlord that has been incorporated by way of creating a Specialist Property Vehicle and/or trading business**
** A trading business could be a business that operates in a property specific environment such as property developing for resale.
By strictly mediating business to business loan agreements only we believe that this platform is best placed to flourish with minimal regulatory restrictions.
If a business wants to lend and a business wants to borrow then they agree their own terms.
A traditional bank, by gaining a banking licence, will continue to struggle to remain as dynamic as those lending businesses on this platform but inherently by the nature of our platform it attracts institutional investors, private equity firms, banks and building societies as well as businesses who want to securitise company profits.
IN THE NEWS
Mortgage broker questions PRA’s 5-year fix loophole | Mortgage Introducer Mortgage broker Lee Grandin has slammed the Prudential Regulation Authority for giving buy-to-let landlords who take out a 5-year fix rate mortgage an exemption from… Source: www.mortgageintroducer.com/mortgage-broker-questions-pras-5-year-fix-loophole/
An outspoken mortgage chief has criticised other lenders for supplying buy to let products to “every Tom, Dick and Harry” since the credit crunch. Lee Grandin, who… Source: www.lettingagenttoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2016/10/mortgage-chief-slams-rivals-for-lending-to-every-tom-dick-and-harry
After the credit crunch he reckoned lenders shunned professional landlords that refurbish properties them and instead turned to those looking to make a quick profit. Source: www.mortgageintroducer.com/mortgage-broker-blasts-zombie-buy-let-lenders/