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Buy to let remortgages

All of the buy to let remortgage products currently available in the UK mortgage market. Buy to let remortgage products often provide incentives including free valuations, legal transfer services and discounted lender arrangement fees.

Buy to Let overview
  • Initial rate
  • Rate type
  • Initial period
  • Max LTV
  • Arrangement fee
  • Early repayment charges
Product
1.19% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.19%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
65%
Arrangement fee
2.00 % due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.5% APR
Product
1.24% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.24%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
65%
Arrangement fee
2.00 % due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.5% APR
Product
1.24% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.24%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
65%
Arrangement fee
2.00 % due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.5% APR
Product
1.24% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.24%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£1,999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.4% APR
Product
1.29% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.29%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£1,995 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.2% APR
Product
1.29% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.29%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£1,995 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.2% APR
Product
1.29% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.29%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£1,995 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.2% APR
Product
1.35% Fixed for 2 years to 31/07/2022.
Initial Rate
1.35%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 31/07/2022.
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£1,795 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.4% APR
Product
1.39% Fixed for 2 year term.
Initial Rate
1.39%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 year term.
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£1,499 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
3.3% APR
Product
1.44% Fixed for 2 years to 30/09/2022.
Initial Rate
1.44%
Rate Type
Fixed
Initial Period
2 years to 30/09/2022.
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£995 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
4.2% APR

Some of our lenders

  • Precise Mortgages
  • RBS - Intermediary Partners - Natwest
  • Foundation Home Loans
  • Woolwich
  • Platform Home Loans

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Buy to let: News and Insight

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  • Stamp Duty Threshold Raised to £500,000

    Today, Chancellor Rishi Sunak made his ‘Summer Economic Update’ announcement, laying out the Government’s plans to help the UK economy stay afloat in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. In a welcomed move, he set out temporary adjustments to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) thresholds, which, as Steve Olejnik explains, should be positive news fo...

  • Rental Property Evictions to Resume

    A temporary stop to evictions came into place at the end of March, as part of the Government’s emergency Coronavirus legislation. As Jeni Browne explains, we now have a confirmed date for when courts will hear landlord possession cases again.

  • New Radical Government Plans for Property Development and Funding

    Boris Johnson’s recent announcement outlines radical reforms to the UK’s planning system and pledges billions to a new affordable homes programme. Managing Director, Steve Olejnik, explains what this means for property developers and buy to let landlords.

NB: ANY PROPERTY USED AS SECURITY, WHICH MAY INCLUDE YOUR HOME, MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

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