The lender has also introduced products with refund of valuation and £500 cashback to help support the remortgage market.
Barney Drake, chief executive of Specialist Mortgage Group, said: “It has often been a roller-coaster ride over the last 20 years, but we are absolutely thrilled for the group to be hitting this milestone and to be looking forward to a future where we anticipate going from strength to strength."
The updated range, launched following broker feedback, includes a 0.20% reduction to 5-year fixed rate products.
The changes see 2-year fixed rates start at 3.84% up to 65% loan-to-value (LTV), 3.99% at up to 70% LTV and 4.09% up to 75% LTV.
BC Invest’s decision to enter the UK comes on the back of the firm’s growth in the APAC region where it has originated over £1.27bn (A$2.4bn) worth of loans.
Richard Rowntree (pictured), managing director for mortgages at Paragon Bank, said: “We’re offering two products that are fairly unique in that the extremely competitive rates are available not only on single self-contained units but also HMOs and multi-unit blocks."
Castle Trust Bank has reduced its rates and simplified its range of houses in multiple occupation (HMO) and holiday let mortgages as part of an overhaul of its specialist buy-to-let range.
The technology offers instant indicative mortgage offers, including automatic valuations models (AVMs) where applicable.
Castle Trust Bank has appointed a pair of new business development managers.
Paul Fryers, managing director at Zephyr Homeloans, said: “We’re constantly evolving our products for BTL landlords in an extremely fast‑moving market."