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Precise Mortgages – Buy-To-Let Mortgage Portfolio update

Precise Mortgages – Buy-To-Let Mortgage Portfolio update

Update: Addition of Lifetime Libor + 4.26% mortgage to 75% with 1.5% arrangement  fee  and early redemption charge of 3% in first three years, Lifetime Libor + 4.26% mortgage to 75% LTV with 2% arrangement fee and no early redemption charge, Lifetime Libor + 4.56% to 75% LTV with1.5% fee and no early redemption charge, 2-year LIBOR + 4.16% mortgage to 75% with 2% fee and early redemption charge of 3% in the first two years,  2-year LIBOR + 4.36% mortgage to 75% LTV with 1.25% arrangement fee and early redemption charge o 3%  in the first two years,  2-year Libor + 4.61% to 75% with 2% arrangement fee, £1,000 cashback, free valuation up to £475 and early redemption charge of 3% in the first two years. Buy-to-let lending criteria changed with minimum income reduced to £25,000 from £35,000, the number of buy -to-let properties allowed with other lenders increased from four to 20, and £280 assessment fee removed

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