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Darlington BS re-enters buy-to-let market

Darlington BS re-enters buy-to-let market

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 30/09/2010
First Published: 29/09/2010

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Darlington BS has returned to the buy-to-let market after a long absence with the launch of a discounted variable rate.

Priced at 4.99% to 31.10.13, which is 0.96% off the lender's standard variable rate, it has a very low £574 fee and is available up to 70% loan-to-value.

With the majority of products having percentage fees the £574 fee makes this deal look very attractive.

Being available to first time buyers is another feature which makes this deal well worth considering for those with the necessary 30% deposit.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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