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TMB revamps range

TMB has revamped its self-cert, house to house and multi buy-to-let products.

TMB managing director Nigel Payne says: Applications at TMB are up 87% over the first half of the year but we still need to do more.

Our revamped product range is the result of packagers telling us what they
need in the marketplace to provide an edge so they can secure business on
the best terms for their customers.

And our self-cert two-year fixed rate, at 4.69%, is more attractive
than it was a week ago, despite an interest rate rise.

Overall TMB has launched 14 new products including seven self-cert products made up of three fixed rates, one tracker and three flexible, four house 2 house products and three multi buy to let made up of the new refund of valuation and three tracker rates.


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