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Unity launches BTL portfolio

Unity Homeloans has launched a prime buy-to-let portfolio.

The range allows up to 20 properties per client and total borrowing of 2m.

Furthermore, first-time buyers with 20,000 provable income can enter the property market, with two-year fixed rate offerings, no extended tie ins and no higher lending charge.

The rate on this range starts from 5.75%, 15% builders deposits are accepted and there is no credit scoring.

Ian Nelson, chief executive at Unity Homeloans, says: The buy-to-let market remains strong, and as with many investments we are seeing demand from new buyers looking to enter the market, become professional landlords and seek out commercial opportunities.

However, whilst we want to support entrepreneurial investors we always stress that this is an investment decision and requires exactly the same care and attention as any other.

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