The lender has also removed all three-year and ten-year buy-to-let (BTL) options, reducing its offering to just five-year fixes at a maximum of 75 per cent LTV.
For residential new business, the move leaves it with one two-year fix for purchases and a pair of two-year fixes for remortgages – all limited to 60 per cent LTV.
Five and ten-year fixed options remain available at up to 85 per cent LTV.
In buy-to-let there are four remaining five-year fixed options for purchases and remortgaging – a pair of deals at 60 per cent LTV and pair at 75 per cent LTV.
The product transfer and shared ownership ranges have not been affected.
In a message to brokers, the lender said it was withdrawing the following residential deals:
- Two-year fixed 60-80 per cent LTV house purchase products
- Two-year fixed 60-85 per cent LTV remortgage products
- Ten-year fixed with ten-year early repayment charges at 0-75 per cent LTV purchase and remortgage products.
And in buy-to-let:
- Three and 10-year fixed 0-75 per cent LTV house purchase and remortgage products.
A TSB spokesperson said: “This is a temporary change so we can manage our service levels and continue to provide competitive mortgage products.”