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Whiteaway Laidlaw provide buy-to-let boost

Whiteaway Laidlaw provide buy-to-let boost

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 09/10/2009
First Published: 09/10/2009

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Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank has given a welcome boost to buy-to-let investors with the launch of a new range of buy-to-let fixed rate mortgages.

Its portfolio now includes products over the terms of two, three, four and five years.

As no other four year product is currently available, the two deals on offer are sure to prove popular: there's a rate of 5.24% with an advance fee of 2.50% or a rate of 5.84% with a low flat fee of £999.

Open to second time borrowers and for remortgages, both products require a 30% deposit.

Boldly going where no other buy-to-let provider is currently prepared to go, four out of five Moneyfacts stars are richly deserved.

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