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TBMC launches 3.85% B2L exclusive with Hinckley & Rugby

TBMC has launched a buy-to-let exclusive with Hinckley & Rugby Building Society.

The rate is a 3.85% two-year discount from the lender’s SVR up to 75% LTV with no early repayment charges and a flat £2,450 completion fee.

Andy Young, chief executive at TBMC, says: “We are continually looking to develop our range of exclusive buy-to-let products with lenders and have written a substantial level of business with Hinckley & Rugby during the last 12 months. This specially designed exclusive is very competitive in the 75% LTV bracket and should attract a high level of interest from brokers and their landlord clients.”

 

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