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It's good to see Manchester Building Society launch new savings deals when many accounts are currently being withdrawn from the market. The Premier Tracker paying 1.75% is reasonably priced and sits comfortably in the market. The fact that this account offers a rate guarantee of 1.25% above bank base rate until 30.6.14, should give investors a little more confidence in their variable rate staying competitive.
Nottingham Building Society has made a significant reduction to its three-year discounted rate which is now priced at 3.99%. On rate alone this deal is highly competitive and sits comfortably towards the top of its sector. With a low fee of £299 and a good incentive package of free valuation and free legal fees for remortgage customers, this deal is bound to prove popular.
HSBC's newly priced 4.19% to 30.4.15 mortgage now sits in the top ten in its sector. The addition of the low fee and free legal fees for remortgage customers should make this deal a popular choice for those who have a smaller deposit.
This latest reduction by Tesco Bank pushes this deal into the top position in the best buys for unsecured personal loans. The rate of 5.2% APR for borrowing amounts of £7,500 to £15,000 is one of the most competitive in the market available for new customers over a five-year term.
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