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Britannia/The Co-operative Bank top mortgage tree

Britannia/The Co-operative Bank top mortgage tree

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 14/01/2011
First Published: 14/01/2011

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Britannia and The Co-operative Bank have enhanced their mortgage range with a selection of new variable and fixed rate deals.

One of the outstanding new additions is a three year fixed rate mortgage priced at 5.49% with a fee of £999.

Available to those with a minimum deposit of 10% (90% loan-to-value), it easily undercuts the current best deal in this market which is priced at 5.99% with a similar fee.

An excellent option for those purchasing a property, this deal earns the full five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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