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em-homeloans adds to Platform-funded product range

Branded lender em-homeloans has announced three additions to its product range funded by Platform.

The additions include a minor adverse self-certification product with a maximum LTV of 75%. There is a range of rates available from one to two-year trackers, where the reversion rate is LIBOR plus 2%.

There are also two exclusives offering £650 cashback including a buy-to-let three-year tracker at base rate plus 0.80%. This is a self-financing product where no proof of income is required.

The second exclusive is a prime self-cert three-year tracker available up to 85% LTV which also has a rate of base rate plus 0.80%

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