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Masthaven preps new buy-to-let range

Masthaven has today launched a buy-to-let mortgage range exclusively for brokers through Buy to Let Club.

The range will be available for both purchases and remortgages and will have two and five-year fixed rate options at 70 to 75 per cent LTV.

It also has a two-year variable option at 70 to 75 per cent LTV.

These start from 3.44 per cent with a maximum portfolio limit of up to eight properties and a maximum of £2m with Masthaven.

Other product features include no dual pricing for limited companies, individuals or houses of multiple occupancy.

Masthaven managing director of mortgages Matt Andrews says: “This new range brings with it some very exciting elements as we further expand our specialist lending offering, reflecting the long-term plans of Masthaven.”

Buy to Let Club managing director Ying Tan says: “We’re excited to offer our members exclusive access to these brand new rates that we expect will generate a lot of interest.”

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