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Accord shakes up BTL range

Accord Buy To Let has announced cuts of up to 0.25 per cent across its mortgage range that will take effect from 18:00 today.

Changes include the 75 per cent LTV five-year purchase or remortgage products being cut from 3.19 per cent to 2.94 per cent. Both have a £195 fee and come with free standard valuation and £1,000 cashback.

The lender is also planning to launch a 75 per cent LTV two-year mortgage product with a 2.60 per cent rate and £500 cashback, and a 75 per cent LTV five-year version with a 2.62 per cent, £250 cashback and a £1,495 fee.

A 75 per cent LTV two-year remortgage with a rate of 1.51 per cent and free standard valuation and a fee of £1,995 will also be debuting.

Accord Buy To Let commercial manager Chris Maggs says: “We’ve made a number of changes to our mortgage range to give landlords choice when managing their portfolios.

“We hope this selection of mortgages will really appeal to brokers and their clients looking for solutions to their buy-to-let requirements.”


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