This week's 'Money in a Minute' gives you the lowdown on the best new launches in the savings and mortgage market.
The products featured have been handpicked by the impartial research team here at Moneyfacts.co.uk, so you can be sure they are all up there with the best deals in their respective fields.
To make sure you fully understand the products, we outline the technical details behind the plans before giving you our invaluable and insightful analysis.
Skipton Building Society
Skipton Building Society has launched a new no notice account paying 2.60% yearly. The Online Bonus Saver Issue 2 sits comfortably within the top ten introductory bonus accounts in the market. With no restriction on the number of withdrawals, this account should appeal to investors looking for a straightforward internet account. A review will be required before the 1.10% bonus expires.
United Trust Bank
This review by United Trust Bank sees an increase in its five-year fixed rate ISA, which is against the recent downward trend. The five-year ISA now paying 4.00% is the market leader for those looking to transfer previous years ' ISAs. As with many fixed rate products no access to funds is permitted during the term.
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Yorkshire Building Society
Yorkshire Building Society has reduced the popular five-year fixed rate mortgage by 0.25%, now priced at 3.04% to 31.12.17. This rate is highly competitive and is currently the market leader at 75% loan-to-value. With a reasonable fee of £995, this low priced deal is bound to be a popular choice.
Loughborough Building Society
The new three-year fixed rate priced at 3.49% from Loughborough Building Society is highly competitive and sits comfortably at the top of its sector at 80% loan-to-value. A low fee of £499 is payable which will help those looking to minimise any upfront costs.
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