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Together cuts buy-to-let rates and targets expats

by: Heather Greig-Smith
  • 28/02/2017
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Together cuts buy-to-let rates and targets expats
Together has reduced rates for its buy-to-let range and introduced products aimed at expats.

The specialist lender has also introduced a quicker online application for brokers as it aims to expand its buy-to-let business in 2017.

Marc Goldberg, commercial chief executive at Together, said: “As well as lowering rates on selected buy-to-let products, we’ve removed valuation banding and improved the online journey for applications, so that brokers have a clear understanding of what’s on offer and can submit cases with ease, to get a swift decision.”

He added that expat demand is rising: “We’ve seen increasing demand for buy-to-let from expats, with some regarding Brexit as an opportunity for investment, so whilst we’ve always catered to niche markets and apply our usual common sense approach, we wanted to set out a dedicated offering for this market.”

Together recently appointed a commercial buy-to-let manager, Mareeza Mitri, as part of its growth plans for the buy-to-let sector.

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