Virgin Money enhances new build mortgage proposition
- New range of fixed rate residential products for new build properties launched
- Maximum LTV on new build residential houses increased to 90%
- New build mortgage offers and extension of offers increased to seven months
Virgin Money has launched a range of new build mortgage products and enhanced its new build lending policy.
Available from Monday 9th April 2018, the range of residential new build products will include:
- Two-year fixed rate at 90% LTV at 2.19% (£995 product fee, £300 cashback)
- Three-year fixed rate at 90% LTV at 2.44% (£995 product fee, £300 cashback)
- Five-year fixed rate at 90% LTV at 2.85% (£995 product fee, £300 cashback)
Existing products remain available for new build houses up to 85% LTV, and flats up to 75% LTV.
New build policy enhancements:
- The maximum LTV on new build residential houses has increased from 85% to 90%
- New build mortgage offers will now be valid for seven months, with an option to extend open offers for a further seven months where the construction of the property is not completed1
Andrew Asaam, Director of Mortgages at Virgin Money, said: “Our range of 90% LTV new build mortgages will provide a competitive option for clients considering a new build property. Following feedback from our new build intermediary partners and builders, we have also further enhanced our proposition to cater for clients that need extra flexibility.”
Full details of Virgin Money’s mortgage product range is available at www.virginmoney.com
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1 Subject to there being no changes in the customer’s circumstances.
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