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Cambridge BS new fixed rate mortgage

Cambridge BS new fixed rate mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 17/12/2008
First Published: 17/12/2008

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Cambridge BS is offering a five year fixed rate mortgage of 4.99%, a great rate for those living in the East Anglia region.

To be eligible, you must be looking for a maximum loan to value of 75%. The mortgage charges an average fee of £999 (£1,098 for remortgages) and has a decent incentives package including free valuation and for remortgages free legal fees or £200 towards costs.

This fixed rate mortgage should appeal to most people but will be particularly attractive if you are looking to remortgage.

Compared nationally, 4.99% is one of the cheapest deals currently available - lucky East Anglians, we rate this four out of five possible Moneyfacts stars.

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