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Buy to let mortgage deals hot up for landlords Latest Articles

New lenders are eyeing buy-to-let as others are shaping up their deals to give landlords a wider choice of rates and products.

Yorkshire Building Society has indicated a move in to the market before July on the back of the merger with Chelsea Building Society, which had a large property investment lending book. Continue reading Buy to let mortgage deals hot up for landlords


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Buy to let mortgage war hots up with rate cuts Latest Articles

The buy to let mortgage war is hotting up as more lenders cut rates as they grapple with each other to grab a larger share of the market.

Landlords are not likely to make property investment mortgages easier to access – lenders are just vying with each other to attract business to their companies rather than rivals. Continue reading Buy to let mortgage war hots up with rate cuts


Buy to let lender warns landlords about email scammers Latest Articles

A leading buy to let mortgage lender has warned landlords to watch out for an email scam.

A bogus email seemingly sent by Platform Home Loans asks property investors for a processing fee and identification details that lets the lender release mortgage funds. Continue reading Buy to let lender warns landlords about email scammers


Platform signals new fixed rate buy to let deals Latest Articles

The Co-op Bank’s buy to let lending arm, Platform Mortgages, has a new range of fixed rate deals for property investors.

The headline grabber is a two-year fixed deal at 4.59% for investors with a 40% deposit – increasing to 5.09% and 5.19% for 65% and 70% loan-to-values. Continue reading Platform signals new fixed rate buy to let deals


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