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Platform reduces rates on B2L deals

Platform has reduced the rates on a number of its buy-to-let tracker and fixed rate deals by up to 0.20%.

It is now offering a two-year tracker up to 60% LTV at 3.29, 3.69% up to 65% LTV, 4.09% up to 70% LTV and 4.49% up to 75% LTV, all with an admin fee of £89 and arrangement fee of 2.5%.

It is also offering a two-year tracker up to 60% at 3.59%, 3.79% up to 65%, 3.99% up to 70% LTV and 4.29% up to 75% LTV – all with a £89 admin fee and £2,450 fee.

The lender also has a range of deals with no arrangement fee, including a two-year fixed rate up to 60% LTV at 4.89%, 5.19% up to 65%, 5.79% up to 70% LTV and 5.89% up to 75% LTV – all with a £89 admin fee.

All products continue to be offered with free valuation for both purchase and remortgage and free standard legal fees for remortgages.

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