Welcome to your weekly dose of the best new products to hit the personal finance market, Money in a Minute.
This week, we showcase two cracking savings accounts and two mortgages that will catch the eye of buyers up and down the land.
As usual, we've broken the products down into technical details and unbiased analysis, so you know exactly what you're getting.
Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank - Products details
Moneyfacts.co.uk analysis Paying a rate of 3.26%, this latest one year bond slips into the top ten deals for its term. Available to savers with a range of deposits, this account should appeal to those looking for a short term fixed investment.
NatWest - Products details
Moneyfacts.co.uk analysis This latest ISA review sees NatWest reward investors who are looking to transfer previous years ISAs from other providers. Paying up to 4.10%, the three year term is amongst the market leaders for ISA transfers, although savers must be aware that the rates are not available until the term starts on 4 November. As is common with fixed terms access is on closure only subject to a penalty.
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Lloyds TSB - Products details
Moneyfacts.co.uk analysis Following its latest product review, Lloyds has launched a newly priced Lend a Hand deal offering 4.54% to 30.11.14. This product should prove popular with first-time buyers who have the financial backing of a parent or family member who can help them onto the property ladder. The 'helper' must hold at least 20% of the property value in savings funds.
ING Direct - Products details
Moneyfacts.co.uk analysis ING Direct has reduced fixed rates across its range. The newly priced three year deal at 3.69% to 30.11.14 is highly competitive and should appeal to borrowers looking for the overall package of a decent rate, no fee and generous incentives.
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