Mortgage Trust launches limited edition fixed rate deals

  • 24/04/2017
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Mortgage Trust launches limited edition fixed rate deals
Mortgage Trust has launched three buy-to-let deals at its lowest ever interest rates.

The limited edition deals are available for both purchase and remortgages and include a two-year fixed rate at 1.95% for landlords with a 25% deposit. Fees start at £495, while free valuations are included with all three deals.

John Heron (pictured), director of mortgages at Mortgage Trust, noted there was an “overwhelming preference” for fixed rates at the moment, with intermediaries now recommending them in 90% of cases.

He added:  “Half of all fixed rates sold are two-year products, these new fixed rates should therefore present an attractive option for many buy-to-let landlords.”

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