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The Mortgage Works – Mortgage Portfolio update

The Mortgage Works – Mortgage Portfolio update

Update: First Time Landlord buy-to-let mortgage range launched for purchase only to 70% LTV. All Light Refurbishment buy-to-let mortgages reduced by up to 0.8%, selected buy-to-let 2-year fixed rates reduced by up to 0.5%, 3-year fixed buy-to-let rate with easy remortgage reduced by 0.5%, LTV and rate increased on 2- year buy-to-let tracker, which now stands at BBR + 3.74%, giving a pay rate 4.24%, to 75% LTV with 3.5% fee

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