Landbay partners with PRIMIS

Landbay has announced a new partnership with PRIMIS Mortgage Network to provide PRIMIS brokers and their landlord clients with access to Landbay’s buy-to-let (BTL) products through its online intermediary portal.

The specialist buy-to-let lender revealed that PRIMIS members will also benefit from its two-minute decision in principle (DiP).

With access to Landbay’s specialist BTL mortgages, the partnership will enable PRIMIS members to cater for a range of cases – including portfolio landlords, first-time landlords, HMOs, MUFBs, day one remortgages, limited companies and new build properties. Landbay’s rates are offered up to 75% LTV.

PRIMIS’ broker network will also have direct access to Landbay’s underwriting team, post case submission as well as case tracking.

“A partnership between Landbay and PRIMIS will benefit all PRIMIS brokers who deal with specialist BTL – particularly during this time of the stamp duty holiday,” commented Landbay managing director of Intermediaries, Paul Brett.

“Borrowing from Landbay has been designed to be better, faster and more intuitive. We have combined cutting-edge technology with the human touch in the form of direct access to a highly experienced team who knows the market inside out.”

PRIMIS chief operating officer, Toni Smith, added: “Introducing Landbay to our lender panel is a fantastic way to give our members access to expert, competitive and innovative products combined with cutting-edge technology.

“The BTL landscape is getting ever more complex, and we are continually striving to meet the evolving demands of our clients. Landbay is a fantastic partner to help us meet that goal.”

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