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Britannia unveils fixed rate mortgage manifesto

Britannia unveils fixed rate mortgage manifesto

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 15/04/2010
First Published: 15/04/2010

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Britannia has revealed its mortgage manifesto, reducing selected fixed rate mortgage deals by up to 0.25% across its mortgage range.

A new offering of 4.99% fixed to 31 August 2012 available at 85% loan to value has also been introduced and is well placed within this sector of the market.

Although rates are available in the market from as low as 3.99%, these carry a 2.5% fee - Britannia's deal has no fee payable, and is therefore certain to attract borrowers with the necessary 15% equity/deposit.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have got the electorate celebrating.

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