NatWest is increasing its 95% loan-to-value rates from tomorrow.
The lender’s 95% LTV 2-year fix will cost 4.14% with no product fee after a 0.05% rise and its 5-year fix will be raised by 0.06% to 4.65% with no fee.
Mark Bullard, NatWest’s head of sales, said: “Brokers are currently enjoying a very competitive marketplace which is great news for them and their customers.
“We continue to actively manage our product portfolio to meet the demands of intermediaries and offer a broad range of attractive deals.”
The lender is cutting other rates, as its 85% and 90% LTV 5-year fixes are being reduced by 0.10% to 2.63% and 2.93% respectively, both with a £995 product fee.
NatWest’s 60% LTV 2-year fix will also by cut by 0.13% to 1.82% with a £1,995 product fee.