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Heritable adds new mortgage rates

Heritable Bank has launched a range of mortgage with lower interest rates available up to 80 per cent LTV.

The new rates have been put in place across the bank’s whole range, enabling those taking out buy-to-let mortgages the opportunity to increase the amount they can borrow for the same rental income.

Heritable Bank senior marketing manager Alison Whalley says: “By increasing the loan to value requirement we are offering borrowers more flexibility, while enhancing the rate, and ensuring the self-employed and those with multiple sources of income can still secure financing.”

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