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Some of the better rates are listed below: Very low fixed rate deal If you have a deposit of 40 per cent or more, The Mortgage Works has a fixed rate of 2.
The Mortgage Works and British Gas have joined force to provide buy-to-let borrowers a free gas safety check given upon mortgage completion.
99%, the mortgage works out PS2,336 cheaper over five years for someone with a PS150,000 loan.
For those with a 25% deposit, The Mortgage Works (part of Nationwide) is offering a fixed rate of 5.
A stepped, tracker rate: If you are looking for a rate below 2 per cent then look no further than The Mortgage Works.
23bn of mortgages secured on residential property assets in the UK to The Mortgage Works (UK) plc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nationwide Building Society, for a consideration of GBP1.
Newcastle County Court issued a warrant to repossess the house on behalf of moneylender The Mortgage Works (UK) Plc, and the bailiffs arrived to evict Brian and his housemate, an equally-frail 63-year-old man.
The Mortgage Works is offering seven different fixed rate and tracker mortgages for people borrowing up to 80% of their home's value - the first time it has offered a loan-to-value (LTV) ratio of this size since early 2000.
The market has virtually dried up since the credit crunch struck, with Platform, part of Britannia, the only major lender still offering the product, after Nationwide's mortgage arm The Mortgage Works pulled out of the market on Friday.
A survey by leading buy-to-let lender The Mortgage Works says landlords selling a pounds 200,000 house or fl at in the first quarter after five years of ownership faced a CGT charge of pounds 30,597 on houses and pounds 30,241 on flats.
In June, specialist broker Mortgages for Business said lenders including Platform Home Loans and The Mortgage Works now offer loans on investment properties up to 90% of value.
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