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NatWest introduces new deals to corporate and core range

NatWest Intermediary Solutions has introduced a number of new purchase and remortgage deals to its core and corporate ranges.

The new deals that are available to NatWest or RBS bank customers on a capital repayment or interest-only basis are in the corporate range and do not carry a product fee:

  • Two-year tracker, 3.19%, 60% LTV with no fee, purchase and remortgage
  • Five-year fixed rate, 4.09%, 60% LTV with no fee, purchase and remortgage

To be eligible for these deals a client must already have an active NatWest or RBS current account in which they have had a minimum of the last three months’ salary, of at least £1,000 a month, paid into it. If applicants want to take these deals on an interest only basis they must fulfill the interest only criteria.

The deals being introduced to its corporate range offer a greater choice of low and higher fees to cater for the different client scenarios and geographical locations:

  • Two-year fixed rate, 3.29%, 60% LTV with a £999 fee, purchase and remortgage
  • Two-year fixed rate, 3.59%, 60% LTV with a £199 fee, purchase and remortgage
  • Two- year fixed rate, 3.69%, 75% LTV with a £999 fee, purchase and remortgage
  • Two-year fixed rate, 3.49%, 75% LTV with a £1,999 fee, purchase and remortgage
  • Five- year fixed rate, 4.39%, 75% LTV with a £499 fee, purchase and remortgage

And there are new buy-to-let deals added to its core range:

  • Two-year fixed rate buy-to-let, 4.29%, 60% LTV with a £1,999 fee, purchase and remortgage
  • Two-year tracker buy-to-let, 3.99%, 60% LTV with a £1,999 fee, purchase and remortgage

Mark Bullard, head of sales at NatWest Intermediary Solutions, says: “Earlier in the year we tested the water with a number of deals that offered existing customers of NatWest and RBS favourable rates. They were very well received by intermediaries and their clients so I am delighted that we are able to launch some more of these new deals. Plus, we have injected more choice into our corporate range so that brokers can select the most appropriate mix of fee and rate for their clients.” 

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