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Open the door to our improved Limited Company Buy to Let offering

We’ve announced further support for brokers who are working with landlords operating within a limited company structure.

Our Limited Company Buy to Let range offers a choice of product fees, loan-to-value tiers and fixed rate periods.

The bespoke application system, Mortgage Extra, offers full visibility of how each case is progressing. Plus, there’s dedicated support from a specialist team of Limited Company Buy to Let underwriters and business development managers.

A new Limited Company Buy to Let affordability calculator has also been added to streamline the process for brokers.

This is complemented by a new packaging checklist to simplify the application journey for Limited Company Buy to Let cases.

James O’Reilly, Head of Intermediary Partnerships at Leeds Building Society, said:

"Over recent years, we’ve seen more landlords opting to buy, own and let their properties through a limited company structure. As such, we want to be able to support our broker partners as they guide their clients in this changing market.

Our broker partners trust us to offer specialist support and find the right solution for each case. This move to ramp up lending for limited companies will further streamline processes for brokers and offer a more expansive choice of products.

Our teams are on hand to guide brokers through the process, with tailored support from specialist underwriters for those who may be new to working with limited companies."

For more information visit Limited Company Buy to Let Mortgages | Leeds Building Society.

Leeds Building Society only accepts mortgage applications from intermediaries where they are providing an advised sales service, with the exception of Buy to Let & Holiday Let applications. It is the responsibility of the intermediary to ensure that all applicable law including, without limitation, the Financial Conduct Authority rules on advised mortgage sales are complied with including, without limitation, the provision of adequate explanations.

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