TSB has withdrawn a host of residential and buy-to-let deals from its range but leaves its 90 per cent loan to value (LTV) deals untouched.
The bank has removed almost all its fixed rate fee-free deals up to 85 per cent LTV for first-time buyers, movers and remortgagors.
It’s five-year fixed rates that have three-year early repayment charges remain fee-free.
For landlords, the bank has withdrawn all two-year fixed rate deals leaving just five-year fixed rate deals in the range.
TSB introduced the fee-free options up to 85 per cent LTV last week.
A TSB spokesperson said: “As part of our regular review of our products, we have made temporary changes to ensure our mortgages are in line with market conditions and so we can manage our service levels to support the demand from our customers.”
Samantha Partington is a freelance trade and consumer journalist writing about property and personal finance. Previously she worked worked for the Daily Mail and Property Week. She is the former deputy editor of Mortgage Solutions and editor of Specialist Lending Solutions.
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