These new products are launching on the back of Landbay’s recent product refresh.
Money laundering continues to be a huge challenge, with £4.5bn of “dirty money” estimated to have gone through the residential property last year, and some believing the actual figure is closer to £30bn.
This is the latest in a series of updates to LendInvest’s buy-to-let product suite.
According to the firm, the calculator reduces the application time for its BTL product range.
A 70% LTV range starts at 3.05% over two years, rising to 3.44% when spread over a five-year term.
Products have seen reductions of up to 0.25%, with rates now starting from 3.34%.
Shawbrook Bank has provided a bridge for a customer in need of a short-term loan to complete an urgent auction purchase.
Track Capital has analysed which areas should have provided investors with the best returns if they bought property there in 2009.
Accord Buy To Let has refreshed its entire range, with the intention of streamlining its offering.
A survey carried out on behalf of Paragon revealed that 45% of landlords plan to take up the offer of up to £5,000, covering two-thirds of the cost of measures such as insulation or upgrades to glazing or heating.