Virgin Money is the latest lender to join the July price war by cutting rates across its mortgage range by up to 0.40%.
Bob Young, managing director of Capital Home Loans (CHL), has announced his resignation from the firm along with four other members of the management team.
Leeds Building Society has refreshed its buy-to-let product range with rates starting at 2.65% fixed for two years up to 60% loan-to-value (LTV) with a £1,999 fee.
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The Mortgage Works (TMW) has announced plans to offer a six month rent guarantee period to new buy-to-let customers.
Paragon Mortgages has reported a 95% year-on-year increase in buy-to-let advances from the period between October 2013 and June this year.
As the summer heat wave takes over the UK we competition in the specialist mortgage market is warming up too with lenders offering product sales and bringing new options to the table.
The London buy-to-let market is providing landlords with the lowest rental yield out of all the regions in the UK, research from BM Solutions has revealed.
Skipton Building Society has withdrawn its buy-to-let tracker products while cutting rates across its residential and buy-to-let range.
The Chancellor’s decision to radically alter the way in which pension lump sums can be taken has been given a generally favourable welcome.
Buy-to-let master broker Commercial Trust has launched a sourcing tool which will allow intermediaries to search over 500 mortgage products.
Accord has launched a 10-day sale on selected buy-to-let products in its range.
Buy-to-let landlords continue to enjoy strong profitability thanks to rising property prices, figures from The Model Works have shown.
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