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first direct reduces five year mortgage rate

first direct reduces five year mortgage rate

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 14/05/2010
First Published: 14/05/2010

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first direct has relaunched a number of new products, with a range of deals benefitting from rate reductions.

This includes its five year Fixed Rate Mortgage, which now offers a rate of 4.69% for the term, a maximum loan-to-value of 75% and a fee of £498.

The product also comes with incentives of a £400 in Scotland and Northern Ireland or free legal fees In England and Wales.

Although not the lowest rate in its class, this product benefits from a low fee and incentives.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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