You are here: Home - News -

NatWest to launch Help to Buy 2 through brokers in January

by:
  • 19/12/2013
  • 0
NatWest to launch Help to Buy 2 through brokers in January
NatWest is to offer Help to Buy mortgage guarantee products through brokers for the first time from January.

NatWest and parent brand Royal Bank of Scotland had previously caused controversy by limiting Help to Buy products to direct channels when its first mortgages were launched in October.

Now the lender has confirmed it is ready to offer the products through brokers from January, with pricing and product details to be confirmed in the New Year.

Graham Felstead (pictured), head of intermediary mortgages, said: “We have actively participated in the government’s previous mortgage schemes helping thousands of first-time buyers to secure their first properties.

“I am, therefore, delighted that we will continue our support for intermediaries in 2014 with the introduction of specific 95% LTV mortgages for their clients.”

There are 0 Comment(s)

You may also be interested in

Read previous post:
arrows
Number of mortgage products available passes 12,000

The number of mortgage products available has passed the 12,000 mark, research from Mortgage Advice Bureau has found.

Close