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Accord expands buy-to-let range

Accord expands buy-to-let range

Category: Buy To Let

Updated: 11/02/2013
First Published: 11/02/2013

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Accord Mortgages has reviewed its buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage range, resulting in a wider choice for savvy investors.

The basics…

Accord has launched a two-year variable deal of 3.57% to 31.3.2015, which charges a £1,495 fee.

New fixed rates include: 3.59% to 31.3.15, fee £1,995; 3.79% to 31.3.15, fee £995; 3.89% to 31.3.16, fee £995; 3.69% to 31.3.16, fee £1,995; 4.09% to 31.3.16, fee £195; 4.29% to 31.3.18, fee £1,995; 4.49% to 31.3.18, fee £995; and 4.69% to 31.3.18, fee £195.

The finer details….

The maximum loan-to-value on all products is 75%, whilst buy-to-let investors taking out any of these deals will benefit from a £500 rebate.

Why we like it….

Accord Mortgages has expanded its buy-to-let range, making it easier for investors to pick the right product for their individual circumstances.

The three-year fixed deal at 3.69% is the lowest rate currently available, but comes at the cost of a higher fee of £1,995. Those looking for a lower-fee, three-year option will find the 3.89% (£995 fee) and 4.09% (£195 fee) appealing alternatives.

This buy-to-let range has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts Stars.

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