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Mortgage Intelligence offers buy-to-let exclusive with RBSIP

Mortgage Intelligence has launched an exclusive two-year fixed rate buy-to-let deal for its appointed representatives at 5.95%.

The product is offered with the NatWest brand under Royal Bank of Scotland Intermediary Partners.

It is available up to 75% LTV with a rental calculation of 125% at 6.75% and the £1,599 arrangement fee can be added to the loan.

The deal is available on a remortgage only basis and includes free valuation and free legals.

Sally Laker, managing director at Mortgage Intelligence, says: “We are delighted to offer this competitive deal exclusively to our AR members.

“It is testament to the strength of our relationship with RBSIP that Mortgage Intelligence has been selected as the sole distribution channel for this product.”

Steve Carruthers, head of corporate accounts at RBSIP, says: “We have been working closely with Mortgage Intelligence to develop products that are right for their advisers and their clients.

“I am delighted to launch this deal that not only demonstrates our commitment to the broker sector but also recognises the benefits of taking a collaborative approach with our business partners.”


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