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NatWest Intermediary Solutions launches new deals

NatWest Intermediary Solutions is launching three new products tomorrow and is reducing the rate on its 60% LTV fixed rate corporate range remortgage.

To its core range it will be adding a two-year buy-to-let tracker remortgage offering an initial rate of 3.99%, with a £1,999 fee, up to 60% LTV.

For its corporate range, there will be a new two-year tracker mortgage offering an initial rate of 2.45%, with a £999 fee, up to 60% LTV. There is also a new exclusive two-year tracker 60%LTV mortgage for PMS and Sesame at 2.35% with a £999 fee.

In addition, the rate on its two-year fixed rate 60% LTV mortgage in its corporate range is being reduced by 0.05% to 3.19%.

 

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