This includes the lender’s Bridge to Let proposition, where a term plan is used for the exit route.
Castle Trust Bank has reduced all rates on its term products by 0.25% for the rest of the month of November.
The limited period offer applies to all decisions in principle (DIPs) on term products that are issued by the bank until the close of business on 30 November; this includes the lender’s Bridge to Let proposition, where a term plan is used for the exit route.
Castle Trust Bank recently launched a range of buy-to-let (BTL) products up to 75% loan-to-value (LTV), with instant terms available from its BDMs.
The lender currently offers BTL mortgages to UK residents, expats, foreign nationals, SPVs and trading companies, with loans available for a variety of investments, including holiday lets, HMOs, portfolio loans and property refurbishment.
Barry Searle (pictured), managing director of mortgages at Castle Trust Bank, said: “One of the many advantages of becoming a bank is that it gives us greater flexibility to make changes to products and pricing where we identify demand in the market.
"A second lockdown is something that nobody wanted, but the property market remains open for business and there will continue to be opportunities for investors.
"This limited period discount will help investors to make the most of those opportunities and continue to stimulate activity in the market.
"The discount applies to our term products across a range of uses and can include property refurbishment as part of a term product or, where an investor would rather consider the value uplift in the term finance arrangement, on our Bridge to Let proposition.”