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Category: Mortgages

Updated: 05/07/2010
First Published: 05/07/2010

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The Mortgage Works has launched a new two year fixed buy-to-let mortgage that is sure to catch the eye.

The product offers a rate of 5.64% until 30 September 2012, a maximum loan-to-value of 75% for second time buyers or remortgage (first time landlords 65%), and a fee of 2.5% of the advance.

Compared to other rates for the term, this deal has the lowest rate at 75% which is available to direct business.

As with all products from the lender, it comes with a maximum portfolio of any number of products up to a maximum of £5 million (65%) or £1.5 million if taken at a higher loan-to-value.

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