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Coventry for Intermediaries launches 50% LTV range

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Coventry for intermediaries has launched a 50 per cent LTV range across its residential and offset portfolios.

The residential 50 per cent range includes a 2.09 per cent five-year fixed with early repayment charges payable to September 2021 and a £999 arrangement fee.

The offset range includes a 2.19 per cent five-year fixed with the same arrangement fee and ERC details.

Coventry for Intermediaries head of intermediaries Kevin Purvey says: “We’re very happy to launch our new range of residential mortgages at 50 per cent LTV, with highly competitive two- and five-year fixed products and a variety of fee options.”

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