Atom bank has launched new first-time buyer products and extended its existing range by adding 95% LTV mortgages across all its existing mortgage products.
The Durham-based challenger bank is supporting FTBs by offering £500 cashback to those wanting to buy their first home, along with a free valuation and no product fee.
The range will be available for mortgages between 80-95% LTV and consists of two-, three- and five-year fixed rate mortgages, starting from 2.24%.
“These deals will be attractive to first-time buyers who want to get on to the property ladder – it's hard enough to find the money for your first home and we know that taking away fees and giving cashback helps,” said Maria Harris, director of intermediary at Atom.
“We want to make the journey of buying a first home easier by offering real, tangible support to our customers, in conjunction with our network of independent, dedicated mortgage specialists who offer the best advice and guidance.
“We want to be a bank that's known for looking out for customers.”
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