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Principality Building Society – Buy-To-Let Mortgage update

Principality Building Society – Buy-To-Let Mortgage update

Update: Addition of two-year buy-to-let trackers at 3.14% above the Bank of England base rate to 60% LTV with 2.5%
arrangement fee, 3.69% above the base rate to 60% LTV with £999 arrangement fee, 3.79% above the base rateto 60% LTV with 1% arrangement fee, fee-free two-year buy-to-let tracker at 4.39% above the base rate to 60% LTV with no arrangement fee, 4.69% two-year fixed rate to 60% LTV with £999 arrangement

Contact: www.principalitybrokerpoint.co.uk

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