Stewart Green joins United Trust Bank’s buy-to-let team

Stewart Green UTB

“Our launch is imminent and we’re looking forward to rolling out the new buy-to-let products to all our existing introducers and newly registered firms over the next few months.”

Stewart joins UTB following the recent appointment of Barry Luhmann as head of buy-to-let as the Bank prepares to launch a new suite of products into the buy-to-let sector.

Stewart has held senior roles at lenders including Castle Trust, Vida Homeloans and M:Qube as well as running his own brokerage.

The announcement comes ahead of the Bank’s buy-to-let product launch which will join the residential mortgage and second charge loan products.

Mike Walters, mortgage sales director at United Trust Bank, commented: “Stewart brings a wealth of buy-to-let experience to UTB and is a great addition to our already very highly regarded mortgage sales team.

“Suffice to say, our launch is imminent and we’re looking forward to rolling out the new buy-to-let products to all our existing introducers and newly registered firms over the next few months. I’m confident intermediaries will be pleased with what we have created, maintaining our common-sense approach to underwriting and utilising many of the same digital processes as our established residential mortgage and second charge loan products meaning brokers can expect a familiar service proposition that automates the admin and leaves humans to do the real value-add activities.”

Stewart Green said: “I’m very pleased to have joined an exciting lender that is really going places in the specialist sector. UTB have made waves in the mortgage market in the last few years with great products, a fresh approach and leading-edge technology. Judging by the buzz already building in the market, UTB’s new buy-to-let offering will have a similar impact and be equally well received by brokers looking to place business for customers who need more attention than the high street lenders are willing to provide.”

Source link

Check Also

May a city enforce a local ordinance preventing residential landlords from demanding an above-market rent increase to gain possession when they are exempt from rent control?

San Francisco Apartment Association v. City and County of San Francisco Facts: A city ordinance …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

 

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER

 

Get our latest downloads and information first. Complete the form below to subscribe to our weekly newsletter.