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Pink extends BTL loan

Pink Home Loans has extended the expiry date on the buy-to-let mortgage funded by Royal Bank of Scotland.
The loan, which allows the purchase of up to five properties, offers a rate of 4.79 per cent from June 1 with the £150 discount extended until August 1 2006.
The total portfolio limit is £2.5m with no redemption penalty. Maximum loan to value is 80 per cent up to £500,000. Pink says the annual gross rental income should be at least 10 per cent of the loan.

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Neptune video: UK economy: a sustainable recovery?

After years of a slowly brewing economic recovery, the UK has seen a strong rise in growth in recent months. Mark Martin, manager of the Neptune UK Mid Cap Fund, discusses the strength of this recovery and whether it is sustainable.

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• Structural features supporting the UK economy
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• Valuations and opportunities in house builders

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