SimplyBiz Mortgages adds Zephyr to panel

SimplyBiz Mortgages has announced the addition of buy-to-let (BTL) lender Zephyr Homeloans to its panel with immediate effect. 

Zephyr, which lends to both individuals and limited companies, now offers standard and specialist products to 75% LTV.

The lender also offers no upfront application fees across its entire product range and requires no minimum income for standard applications.

SimplyBiz Mortgages CEO, Martin Reynolds, stated that he was “delighted” to welcome Zephyr to the panel.

“Despite being a fairly new name to the UK mortgage market, the heritage of its parent company, Computershare Group, and the experience of its team, make Zephyr an exciting entrant to the sector,” Reynolds said.
 
“The flexibility of Zephyr’s terms, paired with the breadth of its range, mean that its addition to the panel is likely to be of great interest to our membership.”
 
Zephyr managing director, Paul Fryers, added: “We’re delighted to join the SimplyBiz Mortgages lender panel and look forward to working with its members to help customers achieve their BTL ambitions.
 
“Many landlords are currently seeking to expand their BTL portfolio or restructure their existing holdings, and Zephyr is well placed to assist through offering flexible choices with an expanded range of fixed rate BTL mortgages with two-year and five-year options, plus zero fee options across our entire range covering limited company, individual and HMO/MUFBs.”

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