BTL rates reduced at Virgin

BTL rates reduced at Virgin

Virgin Money has announced that from today it has made a number of rate reductions on selected products across its buy-to-let and core residential mortgage ranges.

Key changes to the core buy-to-let product range

• Two-year fixed rate at 75% LTV at 2.38% (£1,995 product fee, £500 cashback)
• Five-year fixed rate at 60% LTV at 3.19% (£995 product fee, £500 cashback)

Key changes to the intermediary exclusive buy-to-let product range

• Two-year fixed rate at 50% LTV at 1.95% (remortgage only, £1,995 product fee, £500 cashback)
• Two-year fixed rate at 60% LTV at 2.19% (£995 product fee, £500 cashback)
• Five-year fixed rate at 50% LTV at 2.89% (remortgage only, £1,995 product fee, £500 cashback)
• Five year fixed-rate at 60% LTV at 2.99% (£1,995 product fee, £500 cashback)

Peter Rogerson, Virgin Money’s Commercial Director for Mortgages said: “We’re delighted to introduce the latest update to our mortgage range to continue supporting both residential borrowers and landlords. The market has been in good shape so far in 2016 and we remain committed to supporting customers and mortgage brokers with a strong product set and service proposition.”


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