Platform, the intermediary lending arm of Britannia Building Society, has reduced rates across its prime, self-cert, buy-to-let and self-cert buy-to-let product ranges.
All products apart from the self-cert buy-to-let range, called House Plus, have seen a 0.5% reduction and the lowest rate is to be found on the 2-year and 3-year prime fixed-rate products, which are priced at 6.04%.
The House Builder product has seen a rate reduction of 0.4% and is now priced at 6.59%, fixed for three years.
Mark Gordon, head of product development at Platform, comments: “We are delighted to be in a position to announce a significant rate reduction of up to 0.50% across our conforming range of products.
“Whilst not immune to the current market difficulties, we are able to capitalise on our ten years of operational experience within the specialist sector and the unequivocal backing of our parent Britannia to adjust our offering to better suit the needs of our customers.”
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