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Mortgage Express/Exclusive Connections – 2 year BTL

Exclusive Connections and Mortgage Express in B2L link up

Type: Discounted buy-to-let

Discounted term: two years

Discount: 0.85 per cent

Current pay rate: 4.65 per cent

Rate: 4.65 per cent for 75 per cent LTV, and 4.9 per cent up to 80 per cent LTV

Conditions: Remortgage only, allowing an unlimited number of properties up to £1m. Minimum loan size £40,000. Full status only.

Features: Available to employed and self-employed, legal fees included and valuation fee refunded.

Rental income: 130 per cent

Redemption fees: Six months interest in first three years.

Commission: Subject to negotiation

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