Market Harborough issues three new products

Market Harborough Building Society has announced the launch of three new mortgage products.

The offerings are a 75 per cent LTV three-year fix at 2.79 per cent and a 75 per cent LTV five-year fix at 3.39 per cent.

In addition, the lender has launched a 75 per cent LTV five-year discount product with an initial rate of 2.49 per cent.

The deals have a maximum 25-year term, a 0.50 per cent proc fee, interest-only repayments, and are available up to a maximum age of 85.

Further product criteria include a maximum loan value of £3m, a £295 fee and a 0.50 per cent product fee.

The lender adds that affordability is not based on income multiple restrictions and ERCs apply.

Market Harborough Building Society head of mortgages Stephen Barringer says: “We are delighted to be able to offer these intermediary deals for a limited time to provide a solution for larger loan cases, including those that are a little less straightforard such as unusual property purchases or clients with a complex income.”



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