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.
Post Office has entered the no notice internet account market with the launch of its Online Saver paying 3.01%. With a minimum investment of just £1 and no withdrawal restrictions, it should prove popular with internet investors. A review will need to be carried out before the end of the term when the bonus expires.
This review by Aldermore sees a 0.20% increase on its one-year fixed rate ISA, which greatly improves its position in the market. Paying 3.30%, this account is just shy of the market leader. As is common with fixed accounts, no additions are permitted but earlier access is allowed subject to 120 days' loss of interest.
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Woolwich from Barclays
The new two-year fixed rate from Woolwich from Barclays sits comfortably at the top of the market at 70% loan-to-value. Priced at 3.29%, this deal benefits from not only a competitive rate, but also no arrangement fee, making it a very attractive proposition.
Skipton Building Society
This new seven-year deal priced at 4.29% to 30.9.19 from Skipton Building Society sits towards the top of a very small section of the market. Remortgage customers will benefit from a good incentive package of free valuation and free legal fees. All borrower types will be able to enjoy the added flexibility of being able to make overpayments and take payment holidays, attracting customers further.
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