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Platform – Buy-To-Let Mortgage update

Platform – Buy-To-Let Mortgage update

Update: Addition of 1-year fixed at 3.99% to 60% LTV, 4.39% to 65% LTV, 4.59% to 70% LTV with £2,495 arrangement fee, 1-year fixed at 3.69%  to 60% LTV, 4.09% to 65% LTV,  4.29% to 70% LTV with 2.5% arrangement fee, 2-year fixed at 4.29% to 60% LTV, 4.69% to 65% LTV,  4.89% to 70% LTV with £2,495, 2-year fixed at 3.99%  to 60% LTV, 4.39% to 65% LTV, 4.59% to 70% LTV with 2.5% arrangement fee, 4-year fixed at 4.89% to 60% LTV,  5.29%  to 65% LTV, 5.59% to 70% LTV with £2,495 arrangement fee, 4-year fixed at 4.59% to 60% LTV, 4.99% to 65% LTV, 5.29% to 70% LTV with 2.5% arrangement fee, 2-year tracker at BBR*+2.99% to 60% LTV, BBR*+3.39% to 65% LTV, BBR*+3.49% to 70% LTV with £2,495 arrangement fee, 2-year tracker at  BBR*+2.69% to 60% LTV, BBR*+3.09% to 65% LTV, BBR*+3.19% to 70% LTV with 2.5% arrangement fee, 3-year tracker at BBR*+3.29% to 60% LTV, BBR*+3.69% to 65% LTV, BBR*+3.79% to 70% LTV with £2,495 arrangement fee, 3-year tracker at BBR*+2.99% to 60% LTV, BBR*+3.39% to 65% LTV, BBR*+3.49% to 70% LTV with 2.5% arrangement fee. All mortgages available to selected intermediaries

Contact: www.platform.co.uk

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