• Accord reduces buy-to-let remortgage rates

    13th November 2017

    Accord has cut selected buy-to-let remortgage rates by up to 0.17%. Its new rates include a  two-year fix up to 75% loan-to-value (LTV) at 2.64% with a £450 product fee, plus £500 cashback on completion and free standard valuation. The lender is also offering is a five-year fix at 65% LTV at 3.09% with a […]

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  • Aldermore launches new fee-free buy-to-let remortgage deals

    30th October 2017

    Aldermore has introduced a new limited-edition range of buy-to-let remortgage products. The bank is offering several five-year fixed-rate buy-to-let remortgage products with no product fee. Available immediately, the limited-edition range includes a five-year fixed-rate buy-to-let remortgage at 3.48% up to 75% loan-to-value (LTV), down from 3.98%; and a five-year fixed-rate buy-to-let remortgage at 4.38% up […]

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  • Remortgaging levels rise year-on-year

    18th October 2017

    Data from UK Finance shows that lending for house purchase was higher month-on-month and year-on-year in August. First-time buyers borrowed £5.7 billion, up 16% compared with July and 12% compared with August 2016. First-time buyers took out 34,400 mortgages, up 14% month-on-month and 9% year-on-year. Home movers borrowed £8.4 billion, 18% higher than in July […]

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  • New remortgage deals from 2.38% at Aldermore

    2nd October 2017

    Aldermore has added new remortgage and purchase-only mortgage products to its range, with rates starting from 2.38%. By lowering its remortgage rates at a time when many homeowners are stuck on standard variable rates (SVRs), the bank aims to help customers who could save on their monthly payments or who are unable to switch to […]

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  • Remortgaging at highest level since 2009

    18th September 2017

    New data from UK Finance reveals that lending for house purchases in July was lower than in the preceding month but higher than the same month a year ago. Home movers borrowed £7.1 billion in July, down 9% compared with June but up 15% compared with July 2016. This equated to 32,800 loans, down 10% […]

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