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Coventry for Intermediaries launches into four-year fixes

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 Coventry for Intermediaries has launched a new range of four-year fixed residential mortgages, with rates from 1.69 per cent.

 The range includes a 1.69 per cent fix at 65 per cent LTV with a £999 fee.

It also includes a 2.55 per cent loan at 90 per cent LTV, which also has a £999 fee.

All Coventry’s residential mortgages include a valuation of up to £670.

 Earlier this week the lender released the details of how it will underwrite portfolio landlord applications from September.  

The lender will bring in a downloadable form for portfolio applications. 

This will capture information including the value of each mortgage, monthly mortgage repayments, monthly rental amounts and estimated property values. 

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