Keystone expands range with three-year fix

  • 11/05/2017
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Keystone expands range with three-year fix
Keystone Property Finance has launched a three-year fixed-rate buy-to-let mortgage at 3.69% available up to 65% loan-to-value.

The product is available to individual and limited company landlords. Keystone will allow trading limited companies as well as SPVs.

David Whittaker (pictured), chief executive of Keystone, said: “The rate is available on standard buy-to-let property to landlords with slightly larger deposits who are looking to borrow between £50,000 and £750,000. It sits nicely beside our other three-year fixed rates, each of which are targeted at landlords with specific needs. For example, we have a three-year fixed rate at 4.29% designed for HMOs with up to eight bedrooms and multi-units with up to 10 flats. We also have options for landlords with higher LTV requirements.”

 According to the latest figures from Moneyfacts the number of buy-to-let deals available to limited companies has more than doubled since April 2016, with 19% of deals in the market now available to company landlords.

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