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Virgin Money shakes up mortgage range

  • 22/07/2013
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Virgin Money shakes up mortgage range
Virgin Money has announced rate changes across both its residential and buy-to-let mortgage ranges from tomorrow, Tuesday 23 July.

The lender has cuts its two-year fixed rate product at 60% LTV to 2.13% with a £995 product fee while its fee saver option is available at 2.49%.

Five products are changed at 70% LTV, including the launch of a two-year fix at 2.19% with, while two-year fixes are available at 3.05% and 3.49% at 80% and 85% LTV respectively. All three products come with a product fee of £995.

Peter Rogerson, commercial director for mortgages and savings at Virgin Money, said: “We are delighted to announce these improvements to our mortgage range, which will support borrowers in a range of situations: from the existing borrower remortgaging their property, to someone buying a house with a smaller deposit, and landlords buying a property to rent out.

“We remain committed to offering attractive products and putting our customers at the heart of all we do.”

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