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Britannic Money launches four new buy-to-let mortgages

Britannic Money has launched a new buy-to-let product range to meet increasing demand.

It has a new two-year discount at 4.76 per cent, a one-year discount at 4.91 per cent, a two-year fix at 4.99 per cent and a three-year fix at 5.49 per cent.

Britannic Money says it offers full flexibility across its buy-to-let mortgages giving borrowers the opportunity to overpay and with instant access to these overpayment so they can easily cover maintenance costs or rental voids.

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