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First direct launches lowest 3 year mortgage

First direct launches lowest 3 year mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 03/09/2012
First Published: 03/09/2012

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First direct has launched a highly competitive fixed rate mortgage charging 2.74% for three years.

The basics…

The product requires a deposit of 35% of the property's value and borrowers will be charged a £1,499 fee per £400,000 borrowed.

The finer details….

The incentive package includes an offset option and for those remortgaging, free legal fees.

Why we like it…

This is the lowest rate available at this term for a 65% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgage, which sees it being awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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