GMAC-RFC and Market Harborough Building Society have today announced their third through lending product. The product is marketed by GMAC-RFC and Market Harborough Building Society acquires the mortgage assets the day after completion. The new product is called The Stepped Lifetime Discount Mortgage and is to be marketed through intermediaries on a semi-exclusive basis. The product's rate is 2.99 per cent for the first year. A discount of 1.50 per cent is offered in the second year, and a 1 per cent discount thereafter for the lifetime of the mortgage. A cashback of £350 is offered to customers, and there is no application fee on remortgages up to £300,000.
Type: Fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage Fixed term: Until December 1, 2006 Fixed rate: 4.99% Minimum loan: £25,000 Maximum loan: Up to 75% of valuation subject to a maximum of £500,000 Income multiples: Up to 3.25 times principal income plus second, 2.5 times joint, or rental income must be at least 130% per cent of monthly […]
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Charcol is offering an initial fixed rate of 2.25 per cent on its federal reserve tracker mortgage until the end of March. The loan is a fix and track mortgage based on the lower US short term interest rates.
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