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Platform brings BTL mortgages to a new level

Platform brings BTL mortgages to a new level

Category: Buy To Let

Updated: 24/10/2011
First Published: 24/10/2011

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Platform has re-jigged its buy-to-let mortgage range for the better.

A number of its four year fixed rate deals have seen their rates reduced, amongst which is a new rate of 4.79% available to 31 January 2016.

Open to borrowers with at least 40% equity (60% loan-to-value), the deal has a low flat fee of £950, plus the incentives of a free valuation and for remortgages free legal fees.

Currently the lowest priced four year buy-to-let fixed rate mortgage around, this deal earns four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

However, it must be remembered that the range of lenders offering this term is very limited and the product is available via selected intermediaries only.

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