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A remortgage to write home about from C&G

A remortgage to write home about from C&G

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 05/05/2011
First Published: 05/05/2011

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Cheltenham & Gloucester has launched a new fixed rate mortgage that should appeal to homeowners looking for an attractive remortgage deal.

The product offers a rate of 4.49% to 31 May 2015 at a maximum loan-to-value of 60%.

A £99 fee is payable with incentives of free valuation and free legal fees in Great Britain or a £400 rebate in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

For borrowers with the required deposit of 40% this is a highly competitive deal, being one of the lowest rates for this type of mortgage.

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