We’ve increased our maximum LTV to 75% across our entire later life mortgage range.
We’re pleased to announce that from Monday 29th March 2021 we’ve increased the maximum LTV from 70% to 75% across our 50+ and RIO mortgage products, meaning our entire range of specialist mortgage products, including holiday let, are now available up to 75% LTV. The updated range includes:
- Introducing 2-year and 5-year fixed rates at a maximum LTV of 75% on our 50+ and RIO range
- Introducing 5-year fixed rates at a maximum LTV of 50% on our 50+, RIO and HBTL range
- Increasing the maximum loan amount from £1m to £1.5m across all our mortgages
- Increasing the maximum property value from £2m to £10m across all our mortgages
We’ve also introduced a new 50% LTV banding to provide brokers with greater choice and a more competitively priced suite of products to support the spike in residential mortgage maturities that is anticipated over the coming months.
In addition, we’ve also increased the maximum loan amount from £1m to 1.5m across all our mortgage products and increased the maximum property value from £2m to £10m too.
Emma Graham, business development director at Hodge, said:
“We are always looking at ways to adapt and improve our specialist proposition to provide brokers with further options in the later life lending space. In particular, we are pleased to be offering a 75% LTV rate across our RIO products as there are only a limited number of lenders currently serving this area of the market."
Emma added: “In a year like no other, people are facing big changes in their financial circumstances – good and bad - so flexibility has never been more important. We already go out of our way to support customers from an affordability perspective, using earned income up to the age of 80 and accepting a broad range of different income streams. We hope that by bolstering our proposition with a higher LTV, we can now help brokers support more of their customers.”
You can find out more about these changes, the specific criteria and rate updates by following the links below: