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Abbey launches remortgage Best Buy

Abbey launches remortgage Best Buy

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 14/12/2009
First Published: 11/12/2009

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Abbey has launched a new direct business remortgage deal that boasts the lowest rate on the market.

The fixed rate mortgage is for remortgages for direct business only. It has a rate of 4.29% to 2.3.13, a loan to value of 75% and a fee of £995.

Furthermore, an attractive host of incentives are on offer, with free valuation (maximum £1190) in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Isle of Man. Free legal fees or £250 rebate are also offered.

The only drawback is a short completion deadline of 26.2.10.

This deal is well worth four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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