As many as 37% of tenants were misled on competition they faced from other tenants while 38% said they were knowingly advertised properties that were not available.
Other options include a 2.25% 2-year fix with a £950 product fee, free legals and a free standard valuation.
Over the last few months a number of buy-to-let only lenders have announced moves into residential lending.
Landlords sold four buy-to-let properties per branch, up from three in February.
The bank’s remortgage-only buy-to-let products include 2-year fixes at 2.29% to 60% loan-to-value and 2.59% to 75% LTV.
All borrowers who opt for one of Accord’s 36 house purchase or remortgage home loans which include a cashback feature, will receive £500 cashback.
The range is designed for clients whose needs are slightly more complex, such as those with some previous blips on their credit profile.
In the first quarter of 2017 44% of all buy-to-let mortgage products came with a percentage-based fee compared to 41% for flat fees.
Due to the reduction in mortgage tax relief landlords need to raise rents by 20% according to the Residential Landlords Association, amounting to £179 per month.
Buy-to-let applications were up 14.2%, secured loans by 29.4% and bridging by 31.6% in comparison with Q1 2016.