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Exclusive offering 105% LTV on loan

Mortgage packaging network Exclusive Connections is introducing a mortgage

offering 105 per cent loan to valuation.

The product, which is funded by Mortgage Express, is based on a current

payable rate of 6.25 per cent with a 1 per cent discount for two years.

The loan is subject to income multiples of 3.25 per cent or 2.5 per cent

for joint applications. Minimum loan size is £40,000 and applicants

can borrow up to £250,000 between 95-105 per cent LTV. The maximum for

first-time buyers is 102 per cent LTV.

The loan is open to applicants over the age of 21 who have been employed

for a minimum of three years. It offers the facility to underpay and

overpay as well as take payment holidays. The product has a £100

introducer&#39s fee.

Managing director Patrick Day says: “This scheme is ideal for applicants

wanting a discounted rate but who might not have the choice of a deposit.”

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