As a result, the lender — which announced earlier this week that it was re-entering the market — has provided CSF with access to its new limited-edition BTL loan products and criteria enhancements.
Jo Breeden, managing director at CSF (pictured above), said: “It’s great to welcome Fleet back into the sector.
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“Based on the current trends we are witnessing in the BTL market, the suite of products [it has] created will prove to be very popular.”
Steve Cox, distribution director at Fleet, added: “It’s incredibly pleasing for all the team at Fleet to be back in the BTL market with a highly competitive product range and a raft of enhanced criteria.
“Key partners, such as Crystal, have been very patient with us over the last few months and we’re looking forward to dealing with all their enquiries and supporting their ongoing BTL activity.”