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NatWest Intermediary Solutions launches first range

NatWest Intermediary Solutions has introduced its first range of mortgages since rebranding from Royal Bank of Scotland Intermediary Partners last week.

The new range includes a two-year tracker aimed at first-time buyers at 90% LTV at 4.99% with a £99 arrangement fee.

There is another two-year fixed rate deal at 4.59% at 85% LTV with a £999 arrangement fee,and a two-year tracker at 3.49% available up to 80% LTV with a £499 fee.

The range also include some new fixed rate deals, including a three-year fixed rate deal at 5.89% at up to 90% LTV with a £999 arrangement fee.

The lender’s two-year tracker at 5.49% has also been cut to 4.99%.

But the LTV has gone from 90% to 85%, while the fee has gone from £999 to £499.

NatWest Intermediary Solutions
Graham Felstead

For remortgages there is a two-year fixed rate deal at 3.84%, available up 60% LTV with a £999 fee.

These products will be available to brokers with Countrywide, Sesame/PMS, Connells (including the Pink Group and BDS), Personal Touch Financial Services, Legal & General Mortgage Club, Openwork/Your Move, Mortgage Next/Mortgage Intelligence, Home of Choice, Simply Biz, Concordia, Positive Solutions and Intrinsic Financial Services.

Graham Felstead, director of NatWest Intermediary Solutions, says: “It’s great to be able to mark the recent launch of NatWest Intermediary Solutions with such a broad range of products.

“I have been encouraged by the great feedback we have received from the many intermediaries we have spoken to over the last two weeks about our new proposition.

“We have also had some really productive conversations with our business partners about the types of mortgage products that they would like to see in our range.

“I believe that the products we are introducing today and the improvements we have made to our processing will prove to be a winning combination.”  

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