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Skipton BS reduces buy-to-let rate

Skipton BS reduces buy-to-let rate

Category: Buy To Let

Updated: 20/02/2013
First Published: 20/02/2013

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A rate reduction of 0.10% has seen Skipton Building Society's three-year fixed buy-to-let mortgage push its way further up the best buy table.

The basics…

This deal has a fixed rate of 3.89% to 31.5.16 and has a maximum loan-to-value of 70%.

The finer details….

Investors can borrow a minimum of £25,000 and incentives of free valuation and free legal fees are offered to remortgage customers.

A fee of £750 is payable, £245 of which must be paid upfront.

Why we like it….

This competitive deal should prove popular with property investors with deposits of 30% and over. Four out of five Moneyfacts Stars have been awarded.

What next?

Speak to a BTL mortgage adviser
Compare 3 year fixed BTL mortgages

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