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Skipton withdraws BTL SVR for new business

Skipton Building Society is withdrawing its buy to let standard variable rate for new business.

It says the KFIs for its BTL SVR at 7.25 per cent will be removed at close of business today.

All cases must be with the Mortgage Service Centre in Skipton by close of business June 13, together with full supporting documentation.

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