24 June 2021

HSBC UK reduces all buy to let mortgage fixed rates and removes £349 fee

In a move that will make becoming an amateur landlord, or increasing a small property portfolio, cheaper, HSBC UK has reduced the fixed rates in its Buy To Let mortgage range by up to 0.15%, the bank announced today.

In a further move that will provide consistency with its ‘standard’ mortgage range where there is a fee-paying option and a ‘Feesaver’ option, from today the bank is removing the £349 product fee from its range, taking it to zero, including on its BTL Tracker mortgage range.

The rate changes include:

  • 60% LTV 5 year fixed rate (£0 fee) reduced by 0.15% to 2.09%;
  • 60% LTV 2 year fixed rate (£1,999 fee) down by 0.15% to 1.39%;
  • 75% LTV 2 year fixed rate (£1,999 fee) cut by 0.15% to 1.64%; and
  • 75% LTV 5 year fixed rate (£0 fee) reduced by 0.10% to 2.29%.

Michelle Andrews, HSBC UK’s Head of Buying a Home, said: “With a significant increased demand for rented properties, the Buy To Let market has seen a sharp bounce back in recent months. With many people having changed their priorities during the Covid crisis and looking to move out of cities into new areas, renting is a great ‘try before you buy’ option, which is feeding BTL demand.

“We are lowering all rates in our Buy To Let range in addition to removing our £349 product fee, which will make mortgaging or remortgaging with HSBC UK significantly cheaper for amateur landlords.”

Media enquiries to:

Steve Gracey, HSBC UK Media Relations | steve.gracey@hsbc.com | 020 7991 4118
Email: UKPressOffice@hsbc.co.uk

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HSBC UK serves around 14.5 million customers across the UK, supported by 32,000 colleagues. HSBC UK offers a complete range of retail banking and wealth management to personal and private banking customers, as well as commercial banking for small to medium businesses and large corporates.

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