The lender has also removed the £250,000 lending band on relevant products and brought in free valuations for standard and limited company borrowers on properties up to £500,000.
Earlier this month, Foundation Home Loans returned its buy-to-let product range to its pre-lockdown structure with the reintroduction of large loan, early remortgage and short-term let products.
As the UK gets set to spend its way out of crisis, it is time to bring in alternative finance providers and peer-to-peer lenders around the table.
Douglas Grant of Conister Finance comments on the potential that specialist lenders are unable to access finance from the Bank of England.
The funding will aid with the completion of a development of high-end homes in Devon.
Mortgages for Business said 30% of property investors are now taking out a buy-to-let remortgage with a view to expanding their portfolio and growing their cash reserves.
The report predicted that the bedroom surplus will exceed 20 million by 2040, with nearly 13 million people above the age of 65 living in largely unsuitable households.
The hub was launched alongside a range of buy-to-let (BTL) and residential products, in conjunction with Foundation Home Loans' return to new lending.
Following the GLA's data about affordable housing starts and completions, Moving Home Advice has questioned the disparity between the two figures.
Although the rate of house price growth will continue to dip during lockdown, this may have positive effects in opening new opportunities for buyers.