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Genesis Home Loans 3-year buy-to-let fixed

Genesis Home Loans, buy to let fixed

Fixed term: three years

Fixed rate: 6.49%

Minimum loan: £40,000

Maximum loan: £300,000

Income multiples: 3.25 +1, 2.75 x joint

Arrangement fee: £325

Redemption fee: 6 months interest at SVR during fixed period

Conditions: rental income must be 130% the SVR

Introducer&#39s fee: refer to packager

Tel: 01832 275 044

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