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Put your house on Godiva

Put your house on Godiva

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 08/05/2009
First Published: 08/05/2009

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Godiva BS has withdrawn its buy-to-let products, replacing them with a new fixed rate mortgage.

The new product is available to second time buyers and remortgages via intermediary business only without an extended tie-in.

The details are as follows: 5.40% to 30.6.14, maximum LTV of 60%, a fee of £1,999 with a free valuation (maximum value of £670). Remortgages have the option of free legal fees or a £200 rebate.

The move mirrors changes made by Coventry BS recently with all three year fixed and capped rates withdrawn.

A four out of five stars Moneyfacts rating has been awarded in recognition of the lowest price five year buy-to-let product on the market.

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