Welcome to this week's Money Masterclass, your weekly rundown of the very best new financial products to hit the market.
This week, we have a pair of eye-catching savings accounts, while those looking for a mortgage could find just what they're looking for from The Co-operative Bank or Skipton Building Society.
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Tesco Bank - Product details:
Tesco Bank has reviewed its fixed rate savings range including a new two year fixed rate of 3.50% which falls amongst the top accounts fixed for two years. Deposits range from £2,000 to £1million. There is also a monthly interest option, at 3.45%, which should appeal to those looking to supplement their income.
Coventry Building Society - Product details
This new 30 day notice online only account pays a competitive rate of 3.05%. When compared to other notice and internet accounts, the rate appears of the market and the fact that the rate is guaranteed to be at least equal to 3.05% until the end of the year will also add to its overall appeal.
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The Co-operative Bank - Product details
This new three year fixed deal offers a competitive rate of 5.49% and a high loan-to-value of 90%, which will no doubt please borrowers with a limited deposit amount. A reasonable arrangement fee and a plethora of flexible features more than make up for the absence of incentives.
Skipton Building Society - Product details
Skipton Building Society's latest product review has seen the launch of a new and competitive three year deal priced at 5.98% to 30.4.14. Remortgage customers will be pleased with a generous incentive package of free valuation and free legal fees, while a loan-to-value of 90% and the opportunity to make overpayments and take payment holidays should please all borrowers.
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