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Chelsea slashes 90% LTV mortgage rate

Chelsea slashes 90% LTV mortgage rate

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 13/09/2013
First Published: 13/09/2013

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Chelsea Building Society has cut rates across its fixed mortgage range by up to 0.75%.

The basics…

The pick of the bunch is the two-year fixed rate deal available up to 90% loan-to-value (LTV).

Offering a rate of 3.89%, this is now one of the market-leading mortgages for borrowers with a 10% deposit.

The finer details…

The generous incentive package includes a £500 rebate for house purchase customers, free valuation fees for all customers and free legal fees for those remortgaging.

This product charges a £875 fee.

Why we like it…

Although Chelsea BS's product offers the second lowest rate for a 90% LTV mortgage, its generous incentive package outweighs the difference in rate, making this deal best value for money and coming out top in the Moneyfacts Best Buys.

A stellar rating of five Moneyfacts Stars has been awarded.

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