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Accord revamps buy-to-let offering with ‘new and improved’ deals

Accord Buy To Let is to launch what it describes as a ‘new and improved’ product range on Monday which will feature rate cuts on 16 products.

The current buy-to-let range from the intermediary-only lender will be withdrawn at 6pm today (23 April), and replaced from 8am on Monday 26 April with the updated range.

The new offering will be available to both house purchase and remortgage clients, across a variety of initial fixed rate terms and loan-to-value (LTVs).

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Simon Garner, Accord Buy To Let product manager said: “We’re pleased to offer this new range which offers even better value to landlords.

“We hope that, with a variety of initial fixed terms, LTVs and incentives, this combination of benefits will really appeal to brokers and their clients looking for the best option to suit their individual buy-to-let requirements.”

The new range is available up to 80% LTV and includes a two-year fixed rate at 3.37% (previously 3.64%) for remortgage clients, which comes with a £995 fee, £250 cashback, remortgage legal service and free standard valuation.

There is also a two-year fixed rate at 3.43% (was 3.71%) for house purchase clients, which comes with a £995 fee, £500 cashback and free standard valuation.

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What’s more, Accord is also offering a three-year fixed rate at 2.09% (was 2.17%) for remortgage clients, available up to 75% LTV, with a £995 fee, £250 cashback and free standard valuation.

And there is a five-year fixed rate at 2.13% (was 2.17%) for house purchase clients, available up to 65% LTV, with a £995 fee, £500 cashback and free standard valuation.

End dates have also been extended on all products until the end of July.

Source: Mortgage Finance Gazette

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Accord Mortgages restarts lending to first-time landlords

Accord Mortgages have resumed lending to first-time landlords up to 75% LTV.

Lending was paused in May due to the pandemic.

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Nicola Alvarez, corporate account manager, propositions at Accord Mortgages, said: “We’re pleased to once again offer our support to borrowers wanting to enter the buy-to-let market.

“We know brokers have been limited over the last few months, but with our recent product refresh, we now have a comprehensive range of options now available to suit both new and established landlords.”

BY RYAN BEMBRIDGE

Source: Property Wire

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Accord Buy To Let increases maximum remortgage LTV and relaunches purchase products

Accord Buy To Let has increased the maximum loan-to-value (LTV) for remortgage customers to 75%, and reintroduced house purchase products up to 75% LTV.

As the market start to reopen, the lender is re-entering some of the markets it was forced to withdraw from as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

For landlords looking to remortgage, the available range of products includes a 2-year fixed rate at 1.84% at 75% LTV, and a 5-year fixed rate at 2.16% at 75% LTV.

Both of these products include a £1,495 product fee, free standard valuation and either £250 cashback or free standard legal services.

For landlords wanting to purchase, products include a 2-year fixed rate at 1.71% at 60% LTV with £950 product fee, and a 5-year fixed rate at 1.81% at 60% LTV with £1,495 product fee.

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Both of these products include free standard valuation and £500 cashback.

Where possible, physical valuations will be carried out on all house purchase and remortgage applications.

For the time being, the intermediary lender will only be able to lend where at least one applicant owns an existing buy-to-let (BTL) property.

Jeremy Duncombe (pictured), director of intermediary distribution at Accord Mortgages, said: “Further to the residential changes announced earlier this week, we are pleased to offer landlords a broader range of options by relaunching house purchase products for Accord Buy To Let and increasing our maximum LTV for remortgages.

“This marks another positive milestone in getting our product offering back to where it was before the lockdown started.

“We have a strong appetite to lend, and we hope to continue updating our criteria and product ranges as the market allows.

“In the meantime, our residential and BTL ranges offer great choice to brokers in the current environment.”

By Jessica Bird

Source: Mortgage Introducer

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Accord Buy to Let expands 60-65% LTV range and reduces rates

Intermediary-only lender Accord Buy to Let is adding 13 products at 60-65% loan to value ratio (LTV) with 2 or 3-year fixed term options.

The products being introduced include: a 2-year fixed rate at 60% LTV of 1.96%, with no product fee, free valuation and either £250 cashback or free standard legal services; a 2-year fixed rate at 65% LTV of 1.87%, with a £950 product fee, free valuation and either £250 cashback or free standard legal services; a 3-year fixed rate at 65% LTV of 2.05%, with a £950 product fee and free valuation.

In addition, Accord Buy to let is reducing rates on more than half of its existing range of products.

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For example, a 5-year fixed rate at 60% LTV is now 2.02% (previously 2.09%) and a 5-year fixed rate at 65% LTV is now 2.21% (previously 2.23%); both products come with no product fee, free valuation and either £250 cashback or free standard legal services.

A 2-year fixed rate at 60% LTV is now 1.60% (previously 1.62%), with a £950 product fee, free valuation and either £250 cashback or free standard legal services.

Simon Garner, product manager at Accord Buy To Let, said: “These are difficult times for all and so we’ve reviewed our product range and looked at where we can offer better options to landlords wanting fixed-rate shorter terms whilst they wait to see how the market adjusts.”

By Jessica Bird

Source: Mortgage Introducer