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Virgin launches Help to Buy for Londoners

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  • 27/05/2016
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Virgin launches Help to Buy for Londoners
Virgin Money has introduced a range of Help to Buy Equity Loan deals designed to support homebuyers in the capital.

Products in the lender’s range for Londoners are a two-year and five-year fixed rate mortgage available at 55% loan-to-value.

For the two-year fix, customers will pay a rate of 1.78%, while the five-year deal attracts a rate of 2.40%. Both come with a £995 fee and £500 cashback.

The products are available through the government’s Help to Buy London scheme, which offers a 40% equity loan for borrowers buying a property within Greater London, instead of the 20% available throughout the rest of the UK.

Peter Rogerson, Virgin Money’s commercial director for mortgages, said: “London’s Help to Buy scheme is incredibly important for those who want to realise their dream of owning their own home in London. Our new products have been designed specifically to support the London scheme and we look forward to working with our intermediary partners in the capital.”

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