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Pink Home Loans 5-year buy-to-let fixed

Pink Home Loans, buy to let fixed

Fixed term: 5 years

Fixed rate: 6.29%

Minimum loan: £15,001 purchase, £25,001 remortgage

Maximum loan: N/A

Income multiples: N/A

Arrangement fee: £399

Redemption fee: 7% amount repaid for 12 months, then 6% for next 24 months, then 5% for further 24 months

Conditions: gross rental income must exceed 125% monthly mortgage payment, 85% LTV to £500,000

Introducer&#39s fee: 0.35%, minimum £250

Tel: 08707 590 170

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