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Manor launches exclusive B2L deals with Platform

Manor Mortgages has launched three exclusive buy-to-let deals with Platform Home Loans.

Rates start from 3.89% at the 60% LTV level, go to 4.29% at 65% LTV and 4.39% at 70% LTV.

They all carry free legals for remortgages, work off a 125% at 5% rent calculator and track Bank base rate for two years with no overhanging ERC.

Platform recently made  its buy-to-let range available only via one of its authorized packagers or clubs and directly authorised brokers can no longer access deals if they approach directly.

James Harries, sales and marketing director of Manor Mortgages, says it is delighted Platform is supporting brokers.

He says: “We have seen a marked increase in enquiries in the investment property sector over the last few weeks and we are looking forward to working with our lenders and looking at products so we can meet this need head on.”

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