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Kensington Mortgages extends resi and BTL offer

Kensington Mortgages has announced that is has extended its limited offer discount offer that applies to its residential ‘Select’ and buy-to-let range of products.

The  residential products at 85 per cent LTV have a 0.20 per cent discount – leaving them at 3.39 per cent – over a two-year fixed rate, while the five-year rate is set at 3.79 per cent, having a 0.35 per cent discount. The product fees for both have been reduced from £1,299 to £499.

Meanwhile, the buy-to-let offer, available on a 75 per cent LTV, is set at 2.59 per cent on a two-year fix, having a 0.30 per cent discount.

Both offers close on Monday 5 November.

Kensington Mortgages new business director Craig McKinlay says: “This reinforces our commitment to supporting underserved borrowers across the UK, and we hope this extension continues to help intermediaries provide the best possible service and choice to clients, whatever their individual circumstances may be.”

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