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Unity reveals new offers

Unity Homeloans has revealed several changes to its product range.

Unity will now offer 1.5m loans up to 80% LTV, 5 x single and 3.75 x joint income multiples for residential applications.

They are also offering 15% builders deposits on Prime buy-to-let extended to three properties per applicant.

Ian Nelson, chief executive of Unity Homeloans, says: We want to offer products that are both competitive and flexible to a clients circumstance.

“As we individually underwrite each case we can take specific decisions based on each persons detailed personal history, thus insuring that either a larger loan or higher multiple is appropriate.

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