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LMC launches new products

LMC has launced several new products, with special attention on sub-prime and buy-to-let deals.

LMC is now looking at CCJs based on number rather than value, and well as only offering two LTV bandings, which will simplyfing the product structure It is also offering a new two-Year fixed-rate available from 5.29%.

As well as the resetting of its fixed-rate deal, LMC are also releasing a 90% LTV buy-to-let product. This has no early redemption charge, and a two-year fixed-rate buy-to-let from 6.19%.

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