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Coventry BS/Godiva Mortgages whip up BTL storm

Coventry BS/Godiva Mortgages whip up BTL storm

Category: Savings

Updated: 12/10/2009
First Published: 12/10/2009

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Coventry BS and Godiva Mortgages are taking the buy-to-let market by storm with the launch of a new fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage.

Available to 65% loan to value for direct business, second time buyers and remortgages only, the rate of 5.20% is amongst the best in its field.

The fee of £1,050 is relatively low, while incentives such as a free valuation (maximum £670) and for remortgages either a rebate of £200 or free legal fees, help keep costs to a minimum.

Definitely worth being sent to Coventry for, the product earns four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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