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Kent Reliance cuts buy-to-let mortgage rates

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  • 05/09/2018
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Kent Reliance cuts buy-to-let mortgage rates
Buy-to-let lender Kent Reliance has reduced rates on a number of five-year fixed landlord mortgages.

 

Rates have been cut at 75% loan to value (LTV) and 80% LTV.

The lender now offers deals starting from 3.79% at 75% LTV and 4.39% at 80% LTV and are available on standard, specialist, large loan and fee assisted products, as well as further advances.

Adrian Moloney, sales director at OneSavings Bank (pictured), said: “We’ve listened to broker feedback for mortgage lenders to continue to provide landlords with products that give financial certainty over the longer term.

“With a rising interest rate market we’re delighted to announce this rate reduction to support our broker partners and their client’s needs.”

Kent Reliance last month reduced minimum loan sizes across its mortgage range and extended its mortgage offer period to six months on new build properties.

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