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Five star mortgage fever for ING Direct

Five star mortgage fever for ING Direct

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 14/12/2012
First Published: 14/12/2009

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ING Direct (UK) has leapt straight to the top of the mortgage charts with its new three year fixed rate mortgage .

At 4.29%, it is the lowest rate available in its field at 75% loan-to-value for purchase and remortgage borrowers.

The fee of £795 is also attractive relative to its peers, while incentives for remortgages of a free valuation and free legal fees further enhance the value-for-money offered by this mortgage.

An excellent option for borrowers able to provide the 25% deposit required, the product earns the maximum five out five Moneyfacts stars.

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