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Pink teams up with Platform on buy-to-let adverse deal

Pink Home Loans has teamed up with branded lending partner Platform to offer a buy-to let, adverse deal with a 2.45% discount, giving an initial pay rate of 6.05%.

Clients are allowed up to 10 properties with a maximum total borrowing of £350,000 with Platform.

Buy-to-let investors can also save £150 off the application/valuation fee on loans over £150,000.

The product is available to Pink Premier and Mortgage club customers, and offers a competitive broker commission of 1.75%.

The key selling features are a 2.45% discount for one year from completion, 1.75% broker commission and £150 off the application/valuation fee for loans over £150,000 (packaged submission only).

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