•  Buy-to-let mortgage lender Landbay partnered with a broker network to distribute its products.
  • And as the market picks up again, the digital-first platform could have some clear advantages over competing lenders.
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With this move, the buy-to-let mortgage lending platform is partnering with one of the largest mortgage and protection networks in the UK, dubbed Primi Mortgage Network, per AltFi.

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Landbay teams up with mortgage broker network.

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Under the partnership, brokers that are part of Primi’s network will be able to access Landbay’s range of specialist buy-to-let mortgages to cater to clients including portfolio and first-time property owners. Additionally, brokers and their property owner clients in Primi’s network will be able to access Landpay’s products through its online portal, including its technology-enabled decision principle

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