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Buy to Let Business launches buy-to-let mortgage club

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The Buy to Let Business has launched a buy-to-let mortgage club.

The club is offering members enhanced procuration fees, exclusive rates and access to a specialist buy-to-let broker help desk.

To coincide with the launch, The Buy to Let Business Mortgage Club is offering an exclusive two-year discount product with Hinckley and Rugby Building Society. The product is available at 3.84 per cent up to 75 per cent loan-to-value with a £1,999 arrangement fee. It comes with a free valuation and no early repayment charges.

The Buy to Let Business managing director Ying Tan says: “I am delighted that we can formally launch this exciting proposition. We aim to inject fresh energy and innovation in this booming sector. The exclusive with Hinckley and Rugby Building Society demonstrates their commitment and hunger to penetrate the buy-to-let market.”

Hinckley and Rugby Building Society business development manager Carolyn Thornley-Yates says: “We are sure customers will benefit from this new alliance, which marries the expertise and knowledge of The Buy to Let Business with the individual approach to underwriting favoured by Hinckley and Rugby Building Society.”

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