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.
Close Brothers Savings
This review by Close Brothers Savings sees the Select Gold Fixed Rate Account now paying 3.35%.This rate is highly competitive and continues to hold a position within the top ten in the short-term market. As with many fixed rate bonds, no earlier access to funds is permitted.
This fixed rate ISA review from the Post Office sees the one-year option now paying 3.10%. This rate sits comfortably in the top ten of its sector and should continue to be popular. Unlike many short-term fixed products, earlier closure is allowed but this is subject to an interest penalty.
Manchester Building Society
Manchester Building Society has added a new fixed rate of 5.24% to its range. The product is unique to the market as this rate may be fixed by the borrower for any term between 10 and 25 years. While long term, this deal only has a seven-year redemption tie-in so should prove popular with borrowers wanting peace of mind.
Newcastle Building Society
Newcastle Building Society has added a new five-year fixed rate mortgage priced at 5.99% to 31.10.17. This product is aimed at borrowers with a small deposit of 5% and is highly competitive in a limited sector of the market. The low fee of just £690 should appeal to those looking to keep initial costs down.
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