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Kent Reliance launches new B2L range


Kent Reliance has launched a 65 per cent LTV buy-to-let range.

The lender, part of OneSavings Bank Group, says the range comprises two-year fixed rates two-year discount products up to loan sizes of £3m.

The new range is also available for borrowers wanting to purchase or raise funds for HMOs and student lets.
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OneSavings Bank director Adrian Moloney says: “We’ve continued throughout this year to develop and release products that meet the needs of the professional property investors.

“Our brokers told us that our new, low LTV range must be available for their clients who manage their portfolios through limited companies and for those investing in HMO properties and I’m pleased to say we’ve delivered on that.”



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