FLEET MORTGAGES CUTS RATES ON ALL STANDARD/LIMITED COMPANY TRACKERS AND SELECTED TWO-YEAR FIXES
30 November 2023
Fleet Mortgages, the buy-to-let specialist lender, has today (30th November 2023) cut rates on selected Tracker and Green Tracker products, as well as on a number of two-year fixes.
The lender has cut rates by 50 basis points (bps) on standard and limited company Tracker products with the Tracker reduced to BBR plus 1.25%, currently at 6.5%, and the Green Tracker – for properties with an EPC rating of A-C - reduced to BBR plus 1.15%, currently 6.4%
All Fleet’s Tracker and Green Tracker products are available up to 75% LTV, come with a 2% fee (minimum £750), and have no early repayment charges.
Fleet also continues to offer landlord borrowers a £1,000 cashback payment if they improve the EPC level of the property to a C or above during the course of the initial fixed-rate period.
Fleet is also cutting rates across its standard and limited company two-year fixed-rate products – both have been cut by 20 basis points, with the rate now 5.24%, available up to a 75% LTV. The products come with a fee of 3% (minimum £750) with an ERC of 3% in the first year, and 2% in the second.
The lender’s two-year fix for HMO and Multi-Unit Block borrowers remains unchanged at 5.64%, also available up to 75% LTV.
Fleet Mortgages’ product guide and full list of lending criteria is available to view by visiting its website at: www.fleetmortgages.co.uk
Steve Cox, Chief Commercial Officer at Fleet Mortgages, commented:
“Swap rates, market competition and a growing interest in Tracker products themselves has allowed us to reassess our pricing across both our standard and limited company products, and our two-year fixes within those two ranges.
“It is interesting to see growing activity in the Tracker space, as landlord borrowers look at flexible, shorter-term products that will allow them to change products in the future without any ERCs.
“We might call this a growing ‘Track to Fix’ approach, as some landlords will feel falling inflation and swap rates also dropping is likely to herald further cuts to fixed-rate pricing throughout next year which they will be able to take advantage of at a later date.
“Other borrowers might simply want the certainty of a shorter-term fix and again we’ve been able to cut our two-year fixes to support advisers with this type of landlord client.
“This is further positive news for landlord borrowers, and we’re here to support all advisers active in the buy-to-let space as they seek the right financial solutions for both refinancing and purchasing clients.”