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Landbay reduces rates on its Special Edition BTL range

14 September 2021

Nick Joelson


Specialist buy-to-let lender Landbay continues to make rate reductions across the board, this time on its Special Edition range, and includes the addition of two new green products.

Within the refreshed Special Edition range the standard 70% LTV two-year fixed rate is set at 2.79%, down from 2.95%.

The standard five-year fixed rate is 2.89%, reduced from 2.99%, for the 50% LTV product, while the 70% LTV option drops to 2.99% from 3.39%.

There are also significant reductions in the small HMO range for properties up to six bedrooms. Both products are set at 70% LTV with the two-year fixed rate at 2.89%, down from 3.35%, and the five-year fix is reduced to 3.14% from 3.59%.

The two new green products are both five-year fixed rates at 70% LTV. For properties with an EPC rating of A or B, the rate is 2.89%, and a C rating is 2.94%.

Paul Brett, Managing Director, Intermediaries at Landbay, said: “All bar one of the rates in our rejigged Special Edition range are below 3% making these products highly competitive. This follows on from the rate reductions across our core range announced last month.

“The interest we have received in our core green mortgage range, which we launched in June, led us to introduce green products into our Special Edition range. We are always keen to provide more choice as well as competitive products for our broker partners and their landlord clients.”


About Landbay

Established in 2014, Landbay is a multi-award-winning lending platform for prime residential buy-to-let mortgages, with funds originating from institutional investors.

Landbay was recently announced at number 6 in Deloitte’s Fast50 of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK and number 11 in the FT1000 – the Financial Times’ annual list of the fastest growing European companies. Landbay won a further eight awards in 2019 in recognition of growth and excellence within the industry.

Landbay is an FCA regulated company, a member of UK Finance and is based in London (UK).