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Complete mortgage package from Market Harborough

Complete mortgage package from Market Harborough

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 29/10/2010
First Published: 12/01/2010

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Market Harborough BS has unveiled a new 2.99% discounted variable rate mortgage, one of the leading rates available in its field at 75% loan to value.

It also benefits from a low fee of just £245, while additional incentives of a refunded valuation fee (max £550) and free legal fees for remortgages with advances of at least £50K means this product offers excellent value for money.

Flexible features, including unlimited overpayments, enhance further the product's appeal.

Meanwhile, the lack of an early repayment charge provides the borrowers with the freedom to close the mortgage during the discounted period without incurring a penalty.

Such a comprehensive package so as to be almost beyond comprehension, this product earns a full complement of five out five Moneyfacts stars.

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