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Kent Reliance reduces rates on BTL range

Specialist mortgage provider Kent Reliance has made changes to its five-year fixed buy to let mortgage range, with rates now starting from 3.59 per cent. 

Price reductions feature across the 5 year fixed BTL product set, with a new LTV range from 65 per cent up to 85 per cent.  These products are available for purchase or re-mortgage for standard and specialist BTL.

OneSavings Bank sales director Adrian Moloney says: “Our new 5 year fixed BTL range will continue to offer the right criteria, flexibility and choice.  We believe that brokers will welcome our best ever 5 year rates as they seek cost savings and flexibility options on behalf of their customers.”

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