Mortgage Advice Bureau partners with Yuno

The collaboration will benefit letting agencies and private landlords

Mortgage Advice Bureau partners with Yuno

Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB) has announced a new partnership with Yuno, providing its buy-to-let advisers access to a library of legislative knowledge.

MAB said the collaboration will benefit letting agencies and private landlords, making it easier to keep up with ever-changing, complex legislation, as well as automating the process.

Launched in February 2020, Yuno supports its customers by granting access to a wealth of information. Using technology and data, Yuno tracks and maps market changes, helping its clients to identify and pursue opportunities to optimise their property portfolio.

MAB hopes that the new partnership will ensure that all parties fulfil their legal obligations, avoiding the repercussions of negligence, including heavy penalties and imprisonment.

With unlimited access to Yuno’s Hub, users can access up-to-date information regarding yield returns, legislation, and regulatory changes, alongside practical help and advice.

Keith Burch-Lovell, head of partnerships at Mortgage Advice Bureau, said that forging a partnership with Yuno is “a no-brainer considering the synergies between the two businesses.”

“Shining the spotlight on the wellbeing of our buy-to-let customers, we have already started working alongside landlords and letting agencies to upskill on key health and safety considerations in the sector,” Burch-Lovell added. “And we’re proud to play a pivotal role in this educational journey.”

Paul Conway, chief executive and founder at Yuno, said the partnership with MAB will arm their clients with bespoke mortgage advice.

“Products are constantly changing and are becoming ever more specific to the way a property is being managed, so it’s great to have them side by side with our clients and users,” Conway said.