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Loughborough launches discounted BTL deal

Loughborough launches discounted BTL deal

Category: Buy To Let

Updated: 12/02/2013
First Published: 12/02/2013

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Loughborough Building Society has launched a competitive variable rate buy-to-let-mortgage for investors with at least a 25% deposit.

The basics…

At 3.99% for three years, this product includes a discount of 1.00% off the society's standard variable mortgage rate, currently 4.99%.

It charges a reasonable fee of £899 and the maximum advance is £200,000.

The finer details….

This variable rate mortgage is only available for direct business.

Why we like it….

For investors looking for a variable rate 75% loan-to-value mortgage, this product is the cheapest both on rate and fee.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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