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Cracking five-year from Yorkshire BS

Cracking five-year from Yorkshire BS

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 16/10/2012
First Published: 16/10/2012

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Yorkshire Building Society has reduced selected fixed mortgage rates, with the five-year deal entering the Moneyfacts Best Buy charts.

The basics…

This mortgage offers a rate of 3.04% fixed to 31.12.17 and has a maximum loan-to-value of 75%.

The finer details….

This mortgage has a minimum advance of £25,000 up to a maximum of £5,000,000. A fee of £995 is payable.

Why we like it…

On rate alone this is the lowest deal currently available within this sector of the market and despite the fee still outweighs some of its lower-priced rivals. This earns it four out of five Moneyfacts Stars.

What next?

Compare 5 year and over fixed rate mortgages

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