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Virgin Money’s 5yr BTL mortgage still top 07th April 2017

Virgin Money has reduced the rate on its leading five-year fixed rate buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage deal, which has strengthened its number one position in the Best Buy chart for its sector and earned it a high rating in the process.

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Virgin Money’s BTL deal goes top 20th March 2017

Virgin Money has reduced the rate of its two-year fixed mortgage deal for landlords by 0.05%, which sees it soar straight to the top of the buy-to-let (BTL) charts and earns an Outstanding rating in the process.

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Furness’ new discounted variable BTL mortgage 07th March 2017

Furness BS has launched a new discounted variable rate buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage, which has been deemed competitive enough to earn a high Moneyfacts rating.

The basics…

This mortgage is priced at 1.99% (collared at 1.99%; 3.30% disc) for two years, at 75% loan-to-value. It comes with an arrangement fee of £1,495.

The finer details…

The deal is offered to second-time buyers and landlords who wish to remortgage their rental property, provided they have the necessary deposit. It comes with an incentive package for remortgagors that includes free valuation fees (max £335) as well as either free legal fees for remortgagors in England and Wales or £150 towards legal fees for remortgagors elsewhere in the UK. It furthermore includes the option to make overpayments by lump sum or regular methods of up to 10% of the outstanding balance.

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Market-leading 2yr BTL mortgage 03rd February 2017

Post Office Money has reduced selected mortgage rates, including on its two-year fixed buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage, which now boasts the lowest rate for its terms, earning it a place in the Best Buy chart for its sector as well as our highest rating.

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Excellent new 3yr BTL mortgage 25th January 2017

Barclays Mortgage has launched a new three-year fixed buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage, which has earned a competitive place in the Best Buy chart for its sector as well as a high Moneyfacts rating.

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Virgin Money’s BTL deal secures top spot 04th January 2017

Virgin Money has reduced the rate of its two-year fixed buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage deal by 0.26%, seeing it soar straight to the top of the charts and earning it an Excellent rating in the process.
The basics… This mortgage is now priced at 1.59% to 01.04.19 and is available at a loan-to-value (LTV) of 60%, making it the joint market-leader for its terms. It comes with a fee of £1,995.
The finer details… The deal is offered to second-time buyers and landlords who wish to remortgage their rental property, provided they have the necessary deposit. It offers an incentive of £500 casback – which could help to offset the fee somewhat – and it also allows borrowers to make overpayments and take payment holidays, provided certain conditions are met.

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Post Office Money reduces BTL mortgage rate 21st December 2016

Post Office Money has reduced the rate of its two-year fixed buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage deal by 0.26%, earning it a comfortable place in the charts and an "excellent" rating in the process.
The basics… This mortgage is now priced at 2.59% to 31.01.19 and is available at a loan-to-value (LTV) of 75%, and as an added bonus it comes with absolutely no product fees.
The finer details… The deal is offered to second-time buyers and landlords who wish to remortgage their rental property, provided they have the necessary deposit. It offers an incentive of free valuation as well as free legal fees for remortgages, and it also allows borrowers to make overpayments, offering some welcome flexibility.

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Principality improves 2-yr BTL mortgage 08th December 2016

Principality BS has reduced the rate on its two-year fixed buy-to-let (BTL) deal by 0.10%, earning it a high Moneyfacts rating and a competitive place in the Best Buy chart for its sector.
The basics… This mortgage now boasts a rate of 2.30%, fixed to 28.02.19. It's available at 60% loan-to-value (LTV) and does not have a fee.
The finer details… The deal is offered to landlords in England and Wales who are looking to buy another property or remortgage, provided they have the necessary deposit. It comes with an incentive of free valuation for all borrowers, and for remortgagors free legal fees, thereby helping to reduce upfront costs.

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Principality improves 5yr BTL mortgage 01st December 2016

Principality BS has reduced the rate on its five-year fixed buy-to-let (BTL) deal and removed its fee, earning it a high Moneyfacts rating and making it increasingly competitive.
The basics… This mortgage now boasts a rate of 2.80%, fixed to 28.02.22. It's available at 60% loan-to-value (LTV) and is completely fee-free.
The finer details… The deal is offered to landlords in England and Wales who are looking to buy another property or remortgage, provided they have the necessary deposit. It comes with an incentive of free valuation for all borrowers, and for remortgagors free legal fees, thereby helping to reduce upfront costs.

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Virgin storms 5yr BTL mortgage chart 28th November 2016

Virgin Money has reduced selected mortgage rates, which has made its five-year fixed buy-to-let (BTL) deal the lowest for its term, earning it the top spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector and the highest Moneyfacts rating.
The basics… This mortgage now boasts a rate of 2.48%, fixed to 01.04.22, after a significant decrease of 0.30%. It's available at 60% loan-to-value (LTV), with a fee of £1,995.
The finer details… The deal is offered to landlords who are looking to buy another property or remortgage, provided they have the necessary deposit. It comes with an incentive of £500 cashback, and gives borrowers the option to make overpayments and take payment holidays.

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