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Lifetime tracker buy to let mortgages

Also known as loan term trackers these rates track another rate for the term of the mortgage. Here are all of the latest lifetime tracker mortgages in the UK market.

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  • Initial rate
  • Rate type
  • Initial period
  • Max LTV
  • Arrangement fee
  • Early repayment charges
Product
1.99% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
1.99%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
60%
Arrangement fee
£950 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
2.1% APR
Product
1.99% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
1.99%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
75%
Arrangement fee
£950 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
Yes
Overall cost for comparison
2.1% APR
Product
2.09% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.09%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
50%
Arrangement fee
£1,999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.3% APR
Product
2.09% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.09%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
50%
Arrangement fee
£1,999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.3% APR
Product
2.19% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.19%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
65%
Arrangement fee
£1,999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.4% APR
Product
2.19% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.19%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
65%
Arrangement fee
£1,999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.4% APR
Product
2.29% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.29%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
75%
Arrangement fee
£1,999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.5% APR
Product
2.29% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.29%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
75%
Arrangement fee
£1,999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.5% APR
Product
2.49% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.49%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
50%
Arrangement fee
£999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.6% APR
Product
2.49% Fixed for N/A
Initial Rate
2.49%
Rate Type
Tracker
Initial Period
N/A
Max LTV
50%
Arrangement fee
£999 due on completion.
Early repayment charges
No
Overall cost for comparison
2.6% APR

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  • How to get a mortgage on a mixed-use property

    Buildings consisting of shops and offices with flats above are typical examples of mixed-use properties. Both the commercial and the residential element can be let. But because there is a commercial element, these properties can’t be financed with a buy to let mortgage, as Asad Khan, expert commercial mortgage broker explains.

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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