TMW reduce Buy to Let rates to the lender’s lowest point

by Neil Patterson

11:05 AM, 21st August 2015
About 3 years ago

TMW reduce Buy to Let rates to the lender’s lowest point

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TMW reduce Buy to Let rates to the lender’s lowest point

TMWThe Mortgage Works (TMW) have reduced their Buy to Let mortgage rates by up to 0.5% on some products leaving their product range with some of the lowest headline interest rates ever.

Fixed rates are available starting at 2.19%

Variable rates starting at 1.94%

Fee free 65% LTV two-year fix at 2.99%

3 Year fixed rates starting at 2.69% with a new £1,995 flat fee option for 65% LTV

5 Year fixed rates starting at 3.29% with £1,995 flat fee for 65% LTV

Paul Wootton head of specialist mortgages said “This new range of competitive buy-to-let fixed rate and tracker mortgages provide landlords with TMW’s best-ever rates and continue to demonstrate our commitment to our customers and intermediaries.

“With a likely Bank base rate rise on the horizon, TMW’s competitive range of fixed rate products offer longer term payment security for landlords, particularly for those with larger deposits looking to maximise their cashflow.”

For further details on products, cost and criteria please see our whole of market mortgage sourcing system CLICK HERE

Below you will find a Bespoke Advice Enquiry Form. This form exists to enable you to make a request for specialist advice; e.g. because you are concerned about availability of mortgages due to age, property type, income, credit rating, number of properties already owned etc. By completing this form you will be authorising us to arrange for one of our recommended whole of market mortgage brokers to make contact with you.

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  • e.g. property value(s), location, mortgage amount(s) required, property description, your age(s), mortgage term required, rental income, your personal income(s)
  • If you have a schedule of your properties on a spreadsheet it may well be helpful to attach it.



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