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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Our most popular BTL mortgages

Visit our free online buy-to-let mortgage service to save time and money!

Max LTVInitial RateTermCompletion feeBooking feeIncentivesLender
80%2.64% Discount2 Years0%£0.00NoHanley Economic Exclusive
80%3.75% Fixed2020-04-30£995£150.00NoParagon Premier Basic Rate & Ltd Company
80%4.89% Discount3 Years2%£0.00NoSaffron BS Semi Exclusive
75%1.95% Fixed2 Years£1495£150.00Free ValuationMortgage Trust Exclusive
75%2.34% Fixed2 Years£995£150.00Free ValuationMortgage Trust Exclusive
75%2.95% Fixed5 Years2%£150.00Free ValuationMortgage Trust Exclusive
75%3.24% Tracker0 Years1.25%£0.00NoN & P Ltd Company
75%3.3% Fixed2022-10-310%£0.00Free standard valuation for purchases and re-mortgages. Free standard legal services for re-mortgages only. Skipton Exclusive
75%3.59% Fixed2019-06-301.5%£0.00NoLandbay Semi-Exclusive
75%4.25% Fixed2022-06-300%£150.00NoParagon Premier Ltd Company
70%3.79% Fixed5 Years1.3%£125.00NoDudley Exclusive

Our free online buy-to-let mortgage service aims to provide you with the most competitive buy-to-let mortgages in the market, whilst helping you choose a product to suit your individual requirements. You can use the free buy-to-let mortgage finder to get an instant personalised quote and apply for your mortgage online.
Below is a selection of the most popular buy-to-let mortgages currently available. For full information on these products, and all other buy-to-let mortgage schemes available to you, please use our free online buy-to-let mortgage finder

If you would like to discuss your requirements with a member of the support team please telephone 029 2069 5446 or you can submit a quick enquiry directly to the team by filling in our online enquiry form.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgages. 
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some forms of mortgage.

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