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Kent Reliance launches 80% LTV buy-to-let deals

Kent Reliance has launched a range of 80% LTV buy-to-let products through Complete FS.

The new range is split into two buy-to-let propositions, one for standard landlords and the other for specialised landlords that includes HMO’s student lets and limited companies. 

Both ranges include two and three-year fixed rates and two and three-year discounted rates. 

The highlights include lending to first-time buyers/landlords up to 75% LTV who can prove £25,000 income. Rates start from 4.69% for the standard range and 5.19% for loans to HMO’s, student lets and limited companies.

Tony Salentino, director at Complete FS, says: “The buy-to-let market is proving very buoyant in 2012 with many landlords wanting to increase their stock or indeed start with their first property. Kent Reliance recognise this and are keen to lend to all types of landlord and properties in the HMO/student arena.”



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