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Pink launches fixed buy-to-let product with MEX

Pink Home Loans has launched an exclusive fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage in association with Mortgage Express.

The product offers an initial pay rate of 5.89% fixed until September 3 2007.

The product offers flexible features including overpayments, underpayments and drawdown facilities.

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

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