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, a great new mortgage and one of the best personal loans on the market.
As usual, we've broken the products down into technical details and unbiased analysis, so you know exactly what you're getting.
Cahoot - Product details
Cahoot has returned to the fixed rate bond market with the launch of this two year product. Paying a decent rate of 4.01%, this deal should prove popular with savers looking for a medium-term bond offering a degree of flexibility with accessing funds. Early account closure and access to money is permitted but this does require six days' notice and savers will incur a penalty of 120 days' loss of interest.
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Halifax - Product details
Following a review of its fixed rate bonds, this latest four year deal pays a market-leading 4.30%. Savers looking for a competitive online operated long-term bond will be pleased with the good rate and the fact that funds can be accessed at short notice if needed. It is important to remember, however, that this is subject to a loss of interest of 320 days.
Britannia - Product details
This new five year deal is available to both house purchase and remortgage customers with a rate of 3.59% to 31.1.17. This deal should attract borrowers who are looking to keep initial costs down with the absence of an arrangement or booking fee and a generous incentive package for those remortgaging.
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Nationwide Building Society - Product details
The latest reduction to Nationwide Building Society's loan rates has made the borrowing amounts of £7,500 to £14,999 one of the most competitive within the market for new customers. This new rate should prove popular with customers looking for a competitive loan rate in the run-up to the expensive festive season.
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