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Keystone issues new purchase-only BTL products

Keystone Property Finance has launched a series of new purchase-only buy-to-let products.

The offerings are available at 65 per cent or 75 per cent LTV with two-, three-, and five-year fixes and start from 2.99 per cent for standard BTL applications and 3.19 per cent for HMOs and MUBs.

Loans from £250,001 to £1m come with £1,250 cashback and for less than £250,001, cashback of £750 features. Valuation fees are refunded upon completion.

The products will be available until 31 May this year, and both individual landlords and limited companies are welcome to apply for them, the lender adds.

Keystone chief executive David Whittaker says: “As our first addition to our product range since successfully relaunching into the BTL market in September 2018, we are delighted to be able to offer some new and exciting purchase only products.

“Landlords have seen a number of changes over the past two and a half years, but they are very resilient and have a healthy appetite to look at further BTL purchases and our sales team are here to help brokers with any complex borrowing requirements.”


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