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L&G Mortgage Club launches two-year exclusive with Platform

Legal & General Mortgage Club is launching an exclusive two-year fixed rate deal at 3.79% with Platform.

The exclusive is available to appointed representatives of L&G’s network, L&G Partnership Services.

The product is available from today up to 60% LTV with an arrangement fee of £1,495.

It comes with free valuation fees and a maximum loan size of £1m.

L&G is also offering deals for almost prime business including a two-year fixed rate from 6.39% and a three-year fixed rate from 6.69%.

Both products come with a £995 arrangement and are available up to 75% LTV.

Martyn Smith, head of mortgages at L&G, says: “Rates for buyers with good deposits are competitive now as these are the customers that everyone wants.

“We’ve recently completed a tranche of business with Platform on a similar product and we know that this mortgage deal will be popular.”

Mark Gordon, head of proposition at Platform, says: “Platform has a long standing and highly productive working relationship with L&G and we feel the availability of these products will prove beneficial to their representatives as well as their end customers.”



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