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Kensington Mortgages announces new 75% LTV rates

Kensington Mortgages has announced new rates across its Select product range.

The new deals occur across the lender’s 75 per cent LTV residential and buy-to-let ranges.

In the former range, rates start at 2.74 per cent on a two-year fixed deal with a maximum loan size of £500,000.

With free legals fees and and a free valuation, the same fix and maximum loan product rate starts at 3.34 per cent.

In the BTL range, rates begin at 2.94 per cent on a two-year fix, including limited company borrowers at no extra cost, with a maximum loan size of £2m.

Kensington Mortgages new business director Craig McKinlay comments: “We are always looking for ways to improve our offering and our new 75 per cent LTV special rates build on our commitment to providing more options to borrowers.

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