This week, we showcase two cracking mortgages, a great new savings account and a new loan.
As usual, we've broken the products down into technical details and unbiased analysis, so you know exactly what you're getting.
West Brom Building Society - Product details
The Christmas Regular Saver offers a competitive rate of 4.25% and is aimed at helping customers save for Christmas 2012. Unlike many other regular savers, the flexibility of unlimited withdrawals from 1.11.12 means that consumers can start early on the Christmas shopping.
Yorkshire Building Society - Product details
Yorkshire Building Society has reviewed its fixed rate bond range and launched this new one year deal, falling amongst the market leaders in this sector. Savers can enjoy a decent rate at 3.50% and can make further additions whilst the issue is open, although they must be willing to lock funds in for the duration of the term as early access is not permitted.
Marsden Building Society - Product details
Offering a rate of 3.19%, this is one of the lowest three-year discounted variable rates in the market at 80% loan-to-value. The combination of a reasonable fee and a low rate makes this an attractive deal, in particular for first-time buyers trying to get on to the property ladder.
Sainsbury's Finance - Product details
The latest reduction to the Standard Nectar Cardholder loan rates has made the borrowing amounts of £5,000 to £7,499 the most competitive within the market for new customers. This new rate should prove popular with customers looking for a competitive loan rate following on from the festive season.
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