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Chelsea BS kicks mortgage rivals into touch

Chelsea BS kicks mortgage rivals into touch

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 10/06/2010
First Published: 10/06/2010

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Chelsea BS has kicked off the World Cup with reductions to rates across its entire mortgage range.

It means the lowest three year fixed rate mortgage deal is now priced at 3.69% to 31 July 2013, making it the market leading rate at 75% loan-to-value.

The low fee of £495 is bound to be appealing too, while the incentive package still includes a free valuation and free legal fees for those who are remortgaging.

The all round package purrs like a Brazilian football team, earning five out of five Moneyfacts stars to boot.

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