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Accord increases cashback offer on two-year BTL deals

Accord has announced an increase in the amount of cashback offered through a selection of its two-year fixed buy-to-let products.

Specifically, the 60 per cent LTV purchase product at 1.72 per cent has had its cashback offer upped from £250 to £500, while the 60 per cent LTV remortgage product at 1.72 per cent with free legals now offers £250 cashback, up from zero.

Further improved remortgage deals include the 60 per cent LTV at 1.72 per cent, with cashback at £500, up from £250, the 65 per cent LTV at 1.82 per cent, also up to £500 from £250, and the 65 per cent LTV 1.82 per cent product with free legals, up from zero to £250.

Accord Buy to Let commercial manager Chris Maggs says: “Our range of products are available to first time landlords, existing landlords and customers looking to re-finance their existing residential mortgage on a BTL basis where they intend to purchase a new residential property.

“Coupled with competitive affordability calculations we believe we are providing exceptional options for landlords as well as spreading a bit of festive cheer.”


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