The range is designed to support the increasing number of first-time landlords and those early investors looking to build their portfolio, the lender said.
It noted stock market volatility and a resilient housing market had seen an increase in first-time landlords which it expects to continue this year.
Rates on the products start from 3.14 per cent for the two-year fix and 3.44 per cent for the five-year version. The range has a maximum 75 per cent loan to value (LTV) and comes with a free valuation option for remortgages with a maximum loan size of £1m.
Paul Brett, managing director of intermediaries at Landbay, said the lender was keen to support the growing number of potential landlords.
“Now is a great time to invest in buy-to-let properties and demand in the buy-to-let sector is booming,” he said.
“Rent is increasing across the country, the stamp duty holiday is rumoured to be extended by three-months and house prices continue to rise.
“It is no surprise to see more and more first-time landlords looking to invest, and those with one or two properties looking to increase their portfolios.”