Metro Bank unveils 90% LTV range

Metro Bank has unveiled a 90% loan-to-value range – with 2-year fixes starting from 2.39% with a £999 fee.

The lender has also launched a 2.39% 3-year fix and a 2.74% 5-year fix, both with a £999 fee.

Metro is offering fee free deals for remortgagors at 2.64% for 2 and 3-year fixes and 2.69% for a 5-year fix.

Charles Morley, director of mortgage distribution at Metro Bank, said: “Today’s announcement will especially appeal to those customers looking to take that all important first step on the housing ladder and buy their own home.

“By extending our range into the 90% LTV market, as well as offering this LTV on our joint borrower sole proprietor range, we hope to support the increasingly large number of first-time buyers, as well as those looking for a competitive remortgage deal.

“By providing superior levels of service alongside fast turn-around times and attractive rates, we’re becoming the mortgage provider of choice for a growing number of customers and brokers up and down the country, and look forward to further growing our business over the next few years.”

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