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.
Manchester Building Society has launched a highly competitive 60-day notice account. Paying 2.01%, it sits within the top five of all notice accounts and is a market-leading 60-day notice product. Whilst withdrawals are limited to just six per calendar year, this is unlikely to deter investors looking for a higher return.
The no notice account from Tesco Bank now paying 2.30% has increased its competitiveness and moved into the top five in its sector. With no withdrawal restrictions and only a small bonus it should appeal to those who have yet to invest this year's ISA allowance.
This revamped variable rate for term priced at 2.99% from HSBC is highly competitive in what is a small sector of the market. Customers will enjoy no arrangement fees to pay and a great incentive package, which should help minimise borrowers' upfront costs.
This amended three-year fixed rate priced at 2.64% from Norwich & Peterborough Building Society is very competitive sitting in the top five in its sector. This deal carries a reasonable fee of just £795, with the added bonus of being able to add the whole fee to the advance of the mortgage. This deal is bound to prove popular for those looking for a straightforward fixed rate deal over the medium term.
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