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Cumberland BS reshuffles mortgage pack

Cumberland BS reshuffles mortgage pack

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 26/08/2011
First Published: 26/08/2011

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Cumberland BS has reshuffled its fixed rate mortgage range to positive effect.

Its three-year fixed rate deals have received the biggest rate reduction, with the mortgage available at 75% loan-to-value for house purchases now priced at 3.17% to 1 November 2014 (its predecessor had a rate of 3.66%).

The deal has a fee of £199 for first time buyers or £599 for second timers, while benefits include a refund of the valuation fee (up to a maximum of £260), £250 towards costs and a £100 cash rebate.

Even though the rate is not the best available in the market, the overall package makes it an attractive proposition.

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