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- Changes to ‘limited edition’ buy to let products
- Price reductions for three of the current limited edition buy to let products
- Fixed fee of £1,995 which can be added to the loan
- Available for purchases or remortgages
Vida, the mortgage lending specialist, has today announced that it is making changes to its limited edition buy to let products. These changes include reducing three of the current limited edition buy to let products, one of which sees a reduction of 0.25 per cent. The three products have a competitive fee structure with a fixed fee of just £1,995.
Rates begin at 2.89 per cent for its two-year fixed and five-year fixes start from 3.14 per cent. SPVs are accepted across all buy to let ranges, and the deals are available for both purchases and remortgages. The maximum loan available for these products is £1,000,000.
As a lending specialist who constantly analyses the market, Vida can see that an increasing number of customers have needs best satisfied outside of the high street criteria. Vida has once again ensured that their proposition reflects the needs of their intermediary partners, and their clients, by making their products some of the most competitive in the intermediary market.
Richard Tugwell, Director of Mortgage Distribution at Vida, commented:
“As the industry celebrates 25 years of buy to let, we wanted to show our commitment to the sector by making these changes to our limited edition buy to let products to ensure they are highly competitive on both rates and fees. This provides an attractive overall total cost to those landlords either seeking to expand or build their existing portfolio. We have been listening to our intermediaries and despite the challenges the mortgage market has faced over recent years, the UK buy to let sector is very much alive, and these changes are aimed at supporting our customers in achieving portfolio growth and reinforces our commitment to offering greater opportunities for intermediaries and their customers locked out of high street lending.”