The offerings will be available across the lender’s standard and specialist buy-to-let ranges.
The products are available as 2, 3 and 5-year fixed rates, with an automatic switch to a variable rate for a total term of 10 years.
Stokes was formerly managing director of commercial banking at Metro Bank and has over 20 years' experience at executive committee level.
The app enables landlords to manage, track and optimise their portfolio’s performance.
In the week ending 22 August the number of viewings in the lettings market in London and the Home Counties hit a ten-year high.
The Appetite Statement is a pre-agreed limit of what LendInvest would be willing to lend to the borrower based on specific parameters.
BTL product choice reduced month-on-month at the start of August, with a fall of 78 products since the start of July, sitting at 1,660.
The rate reductions follow the lender’s recent return to offering 80% LTV buy-to-let products.
The specialist range comprises products that sit outside standard lending criteria such as complex income and complex properties.
The rise means there are no limits on the amount of capital a landlord is able to raise in England, Scotland and Wales through a remortgage up to 75% LTV.