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Eye-catching mortgage from Chorley and District

Eye-catching mortgage from Chorley and District

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 27/11/2009
First Published: 24/11/2009

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Chorley & District BS has launched a new two year fixed rate mortgage product that offers a rate some 0.99% lower than its nearest competitor.

The terms are: 4.99% for 2 years, maximum loan-to-value of 90%, a fee of 0.75% of advance, with incentives of refund valuation. For remortgages, free legal fees are offered, while house purchase comes with a £400 rebate.

This high loan-to-value product, which also offers a comprehensive incentive package, is bound to appeal to many, with the fee of 0.75% of the advance the only potential downside.

It has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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