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LendInvest partners with Mortgage Brain to bring BTL loans to wider market

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LendInvest, a specialist property finance lender, has partnered with mortgage technology expert, Mortgage Brain, to bring its Buy-to-Let (BTL) product to a wider audience of intermediaries.

Mortgage Brain’s first and second charge online and desktop sourcing systems – MortgageBrain Anywhere and MortgageBrain Classic – enable brokers to source and access the best deals for their clients from the whole of the market. Its market leading software systems streamlines the sourcing process, allowing lenders to deliver finance to those who need it at speed.
 
This partnership follows recent changes to LendInvest’s BTL product in which it dropped its headline five-year fixed rate to 3.60 per cent with the ICR being assessed at the product pay rate, of 3.60 per cent. The lender also reduced its product fees to 1 per cent for all standard property and HMO mortgages.
 
By partnering with Mortgage Brain, LendInvest will now be able to roll out its BTL product to the Mortgage Brain’s customer base of over 22,000 intermediaries.
 
Mark Lofthouse, CEO at Mortgage Brain, says: “We’re delighted to have completed this partnership with LendInvest. By making its BTL product available our customers now have an even greater choice and the added certainty of being able to offer a first-class mortgage advice service that meets the individual needs of their clients.”  
 
Ian Boden, Sales Director at LendInvest, adds: “Partnering with a market leader in optimising the loan sourcing process like Mortgage Brain, marries directly with our goals as a lender. Internally, our team work continuously to alleviate pain-points in the application process, and we strongly believe this should start at the point of search. As we ramp up the distribution of our BTL product one year on, Mortgage Brain’s extensive and diverse member-base will be a true asset.”

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