Back in full force
ACCORD NOW ACCEPTING RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS UP TO 90% LTV, NEW BUILD UP TO 85% LTV AND HELP TO BUY UP TO 75%
Following the re-commencement of physical valuations, Accord Mortgages has made a number of significant updates to its lending policies to help support both home buyers and owners.
As of Wednesday 20th May, the intermediary lender will accept:
- Residential house purchase and remortgage applications up to 90% LTV
- New Build purchases up to a maximum of 85% LTV
- Help to Buy applications up to 75% LTV
Accord will be re-launching 18 new products to support the new lending. Highlights of the 90% LTV range for house purchases include:
- A two-year fixed rate at 2.32% at 90% LTV with £495 fee, £500 cashback and free valuation
- A five-year fixed rate at 2.43% at 90% LTV with £495 fee, £500 cashback and free valuation
And for remortgages:
- A two-year fixed rate at 2.35% at 90% LTV with £495 fee, £500 cashback, free legals and free valuation
- A five-year fixed rate at 2.44% at 90% LTV with £495 fee, £500 cashback, free legals and free valuation
New Help to Buy products include:
- A two-year fixed rate at 1.93% at 60% LTV with £495 fee, £500 cashback and free valuation
- A five-year fixed rate at 1.99% at 75% LTV with £995 fee, £750 cashback and free valuation
Jeremy Duncombe, Director of Intermediary Distribution at Accord Mortgages, said:
Hot on the heels of last week’s announcement where we improved our criteria and introduced physical valuations, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to return to as much of our pre-lockdown criteria as we can. This means a welcome return to 90% LTV for purchase and remortgage from today.
We’re especially pleased to also be able to start lending up to 85% on New Build and offer Help to Buy products to support those who are keen to get on the housing ladder. We know the market is keen to get back to some sort of normal as fast as possible and these are all positive steps. In these uncertain times, brokers need to have a competitive range of options to offer borrowers. There has never been a better time for advisers to demonstrate the value of good advice and offer reassurance. These changes, and our common sense underwriting approach, allow brokers to do just that
At present, lending in Northern Ireland is not included in these changes, and is being looked at separately.