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Fixed BTL Rates

Peace of mind with no unwelcome surprises.

Last updated 21/09/2017

Lender Initial Rate Until Max LTV Arrangement Fee Redemption Penalty Rental Cover
1.34% 2 year fixed 60% £1,999 – £500 cash back 3%/2% 145% @ 5.5% QUOTE
1.44% 2 year fixed 60% £1,495 – free valuation 3% 145% @ 5.5% QUOTE
1.49% 2 year fixed 60% £995 2%/1% 135% @ 5.5% QUOTE
1.79% 2 year fixed 70% £995 – free valuation 2%/1% 145% @ 5.5% QUOTE
1.84% 2 year fixed 75% £1,995 – £500 cash back 1.5% 145% @ 5.5% QUOTE
1.94% 2 year fixed 70% £999 – £250 cash back 3%/2% 145% @ 5.5% QUOTE
2.14% 5 year fixed 60% £1,995 4%/4%/3%/2%/1% 135% @ 5% QUOTE
2.71% 5 year fixed 70% £995 – free valuation 5%/4%/3%/2%/0% 145% @ 5% QUOTE
2.74% 2 year fixed 80% 1.5% 3%/2% 145% @ 5.5% QUOTE
2.79% 5 year fixed 75% £1,548 5%/4%/3%/2%/1% 145% @ 5.5% QUOTE


A fixed rate mortgage ensures that your repayments remain the same for an agreed period – regardless of how interest rates may change – before reverting to the lender’s SVR (Standard Variable Rate) at the end of the term. Their appeal lies in the security and peace of mind that they provide. They make it easy for people to budget and make plans, safe in the knowledge that there will be no unwelcome surprises.

It is worth bearing in mind that fixed rate mortgages are relatively inflexible and there can be high penalties for exiting the deal early. It is usually possible to get a more competitive starting rate on a variable rate product and, of course, if the interest rate drops there is no advantage to be had if you are on a fixed rate.

Fixed term

When considering a fixed rate mortgage, it is important to determine how long you wish your rate to be fixed for. Two- and five-year products remain very popular, but there has also been a recent rise in the number of people taking up 10-year products. However, this security does come at a price. The longer the fixed term, the higher the rate is going to be. Personal circumstances can also change dramatically over a decade and you could potentially end up facing high exit costs.

We can help you find the right fixed rate mortgage to suit your needs and circumstances. Above are just a few of the current rates on offer from across the market.

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