The lender has organised its buy-to-let range into two ranges: CHL 1 and CHL 2.
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The lender has reduced rates and improved the affordability criteria across its buy-to-let proposition.
Resident fixed rates now start from 4.65% and non-resident fixed rates from 7.99%.
Residential and buy-to-let rates are reducing by up to 29bps.
Scott Phillips joins as head of sales, with previous roles at Vida Homeloans, Hampshire Trust Bank, and OneSavings Bank.
Rates have reduced by up to 0.30%.
Maeve Ward, director of commercial operations at Mercantile Trust, explains why limited company buy-to-let lending shouldn't be an 'afterthought' and explores how best to tackle...
The Bank has also launched a new £2,995 fee product for portfolio landlords with rates starting at 5.94%.
The lender has also introduced specialist support for complex buy-to-lets, including an expanded maximum loan size for large HMOs and MUFBs.
Steve Cox, chief commercial officer at Fleet Mortgages, discusses whether the buy-to-let market needs more political intervention or whether falling mortgage rates will reignite the...