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This new three-year option paying 2.75% is a refreshing addition to the fixed bond market amongst the more rate reductions elsewhere. It sits in the top ten in the three-year fixed market and should prove popular to investors with smaller deposits who may not want to commit their money for a longer term.
Post Office comes back into the easy access ISA market with a new issue of its Premier ISA paying 2.25%. The new ISA sits just shy of the top ten by rate for easy access ISAs and will prove popular to savers looking to utilise their tax-free allowance who limit their withdrawals.
On rate alone, the 2.28% deal from NatWest is the lowest in the two-year fixed market for direct customers. Borrowers will need a 40% deposit and pay a £1,995 fee, so, along with the incentive package, the offer is ideally aimed at customers looking to remortgage.
It's great to see a rate reduction on a high loan-to-value deal, with this offer now priced at 3.39%. This two-year option is bound to be popular to borrowers with a 20% deposit, not just because of its low rate, but also the option to add a large portion of the fee to the advance. With no incentive package customers should consider the overall cost of the mortgage before they apply.
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