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Rooftop Mortgages enhances its product offering

Rooftop Mortgages is enhancing its product offering by increasing the maximum loan size on a range of its products.

The maximum loan up to 65 per cent LTV is increased to 1m on the stepped light and light adverse range.

For 75 per cent LTV the maximum loan is raised to 750,000 across the stepped light, light, medium and heavy adverse range.

The restrictions on buy to let property portfolio have also been lifted. Rooftop will now allow an unlimited portfolio in terms of size and value. The number of Rooftop mortgages remains at three in total per customer but the maximum size has been increased to 750,000. Maximum LTV has been increased to 85 per cent and proof of rental income is not required.

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