1. Step one

    To place a case using our Broker Portal, you'll need to be registered with us first. If you haven’t yet done so, you can register below.

  2. Step two

    You can submit an application with us online. To begin, please log into our Broker Portal using your username and password.

  3. Step three

    You should now receive your agreement in principle (AIP) from our underwriters. To process your case to full application, please arrange for any fees to be paid and for the requested documents to be returned.

    If we’ve asked for you to carry out a portfolio assessment using our BTL Hub, please complete this request by following the link below.

    You must include all residential investment properties you have an interest in. This includes those you own in your sole name, own in joint names or are owned by a company of which you are a director or shareholder.

    If the applicant is a limited company, properties owned by the company’s directors and shareholders or owned by other companies of which the directors/shareholders are a shareholder or director should also be included.

    Information provided on this document will be used to carry out AVMs (Automated Valuation Model). Please note commercial/semi-commercial properties, owner occupied loans or properties with bridging finance and the subject property you are submitting should be excluded from the portfolio. You must also include those currently held with OneSavings Bank.

  4. Step four

    Once the valuation has been returned, our underwriting team will assess your case in full and issue a formal offer. Once the application has been agreed, please return a copy of the formal offer to the applicant and instruct their solicitors.

  5. Step five

    Once the application is agreed and the solicitors have been instructed, then the case submission process is complete.

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This information is for mortgage professionals only and not intended for use by the general public. All rates, programmes and pricing are subject to change at any time and without prior notice. Mortgages are subject to valuation and approval.