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The Nottingham unveils new Buy-To-Let mortgage products

By Gloria Methri

August 18, 2023

  • Beehive Money
  • Buy-to-Let
  • Financial Services
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The Nottingham, Nottingham Building Society, Mortgage, Lending, Buy-To-Let Mortgages, Financial Services, Beehive Money, Savings Accounts, Mortgage Advice, Home-Buying Services, UKThe Nottingham Building Society has updated its mortgage products, to support both residential and Buy-To-Let mortgage applicants. The new products, launched this week, offer advantages for a broad spectrum of borrowers against a volatile economic backdrop.

Amongst the latest offerings is a new first-time buyer product allowing prospective homebuyers to get on the property ladder with a smaller deposit of 10% of the property price. The product is down by 14 basis points from The Nottingham’s previous product.

With the latest ONS data showing that the average private rental price rose by 5.3% over the last year, this latest product update comes at a welcome time for renters looking to buy, a market sector we know is struggling and that we are keen to support.

The Nottingham has also introduced new products to support the Buy-To-Let market. Buy-To-Let fees have been dropped by up to £1,500, and a brand new 5-year fixed Buy-To-Let option has been launched at £999.

Finally, the latest launch is an update to Limited Company Buy-To-Let products where rates have also been reduced alongside a reduction in fees.

Commenting on the new product updates, Sales Director Alison Pallett said, “We are always looking to update our products to reflect the needs of today’s home buyers. We are confident that these new products will help a range of people across the spectrum of borrowers – from first-time buyers to landlords – as they navigate a complex housing and economic landscape.”

The Nottingham aims to make the mortgage process easier for brokers is evident in the recent criteria changes designed to open up more possibilities for borrowers looking to purchase their own homes. In particular, giving brokers the option to select a product at the DIP stage, providing them with greater flexibility at a time of mortgage market volatility.

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