Keystone, the flexible intermediary only buy to let lender, has extended criteria to cater for landlords in Scotland, and as of 2nd of September will consider applications from landlords looking to invest in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen.
David Whittaker, the MD of Keystone said:
“There is an enormous opportunity to help landlords north of the border where demand for rental properties remains strong, especially in the main cities and that’s where we’ll be focusing our efforts.”
The finance for Keystone comes exclusively from Aldermore mortgages, who are flexible residential lenders who have themselves recently extended lending to scotland, and the Keystone announcement seems to be the next stage in their lending strategy to cater for intermediaries servicing customers across the whole of the UK.
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