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Grab a buy-to-let with Godiva Mortgages

Grab a buy-to-let with Godiva Mortgages

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 04/04/2011
First Published: 28/09/2010

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Godiva Mortgages has cut the rate on its 50% LTV buy-to-let mortgage.

In a move that mirrors that of Coventry BS, the current variable rate for term has been reduced by 0.66% to an impressively low 3.99%.

As with the previous deal, the fee remains at £1,749 and the incentive package of free valuation (max £680) for all and free legal fees for those remortgaging continues to be offered.

Whilst this new rate takes second spot in order of rate for this term and misses out on top rate by a whisker, only those with a 50% deposit will be able to apply.

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