Secure Trust rolls out 90% mortgage deals

Secure Trust Bank has rolled out 90 per cent LTV mortgage deals for purchase and remortgage as part of its core range.

The products were previously only available through specialist distribution and come with rates starting at 3.74 per cent.

There is a £0 fee option available on deals starting at 3.99 per cent and the maximum loan size is £500,000.

Secure Trust Bank sales and marketing director Tony Hall says: “Earlier this year we launched our range of 90 per cent LTV products as a semi-exclusive, available only through our specialist distribution partners. Demand has been high and we are really pleased to be able to introduce these mortgages as part of our core range.

Secure Trust specialises in lending to borrowers with complex circumstances, such as the recently self-employed, contract workers or those who earn income from multiple sources.

The specialist lender entered the mortgage market in March last year.


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