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NatWest introduces new deals

NatWest Intermediary Solutions is introducing four new deals to its core range tomorrow – open to all intermediaries – and reducing rates on several deals in its core and corporate ranges.

The new deals are:

Core range:

  • Five-year fixed rate 4.09%, 60% LTV with a £999 fee, purchase only
  • Five- year fixed rate 4.09%, 60% LTV with a £999 fee, remortgage
  • 18-month tracker 3.39%, 75% LTV with a £999 fee, purchase only
  • 18-month tracker 3.39%, 75% LTV with a £999 fee, remortgage
  • A number of deals in the core and corporate ranges will see their rates reduced by 0.10%:

As well as:

  • A two-year fixed rate up to 60% LTV, purchase mortgage will decrease to 3.49% from 3.59%
  • A two-year fixed rate, up to 60% LTV, remortgage will decrease to 3.55% from 3.65%
  • A two-year fixed rate, up to 75% LTV, purchase mortgage will decrease to 3.79% from 3.89%
  • A two-year fixed rate, up to 75% LTV, remortgage will decrease to 3.85% from 3.95%
  • A two-year fixed rate, up to 75% LTV, purchase and remortgage will decrease to 3.99% from 4.09%, £499 fee limited to £100,000 loan

For its corporate range it is introducing a five-year fixed rate up to 60% LTV, purchase and remortgage will decrease to 3.99% from 4.09%,

Mark Bullard, head of sales at NatWest Intermediary Solutions, says: “I am pleased that we are able to extend further our range of mortgages to more intermediaries by introducing some new deals to our core range. By closely monitoring the market, we are able to actively manage our portfolio to support our intermediary business partners.” 

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