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National Counties BS unveils buy-to-let deal

National Counties BS unveils buy-to-let deal

Category: Buy To Let

Updated: 17/01/2013
First Published: 10/11/2011

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National Counties BS has introduced a new buy-to-let mortgage sure to appeal to landlords.

Offering a rate of 4.79% to 31 March 2016, this deal is generally available at 70% loan-to-value, although first time buyers are limited to 65%.

While the four-year term is unusual, and only one other lender has a buy-to-let product over this term, the rate on this deal is equal to that of its competitor.

Although there is a fee of £895, direct applications for this mortgage via the web receive a £75 rebate.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are a fitting reward.

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