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NatWest reduces rates on 60% LTV deals

NatWest Intermediary Solutions has reduced the rates on its 60% LTV two-year fixed rate deals in its core and corporate ranges.

On its corporate range it is offering:

  • A two-year fixed rate up to 60% LTV for purchase and remortgage with a £999 fee – its rate has been decreased by 0.10% to 3.19%
  • A two-year fixed rate up to 60% LTV for purchase and remortgage with a £199 fee – its rate has been decreased by 0.10% to 3.49%

For its core range it is offering:

  • A two-year fixed rate up to 60% LTV for purchase and remortgage – its rate has been decreased by 0.10% to 3.29%

Mark Bullard, head of sales at NatWest Intermediary Solutions, says: “Following the introduction of some new mortgage deals last week I am pleased that we are able to reduce rates further on our 60% LTV deals. Operating in very fluid market conditions means that we have to regularly review and refresh our ranges to ensure we maintain a balanced mix of business and preserve our service standards.” 

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  • the sceptical one 15th June 2012 at 12:07 pm

    …no mention in the press release of the fact they have pulled all the 85% deals and wont now go above 80%.