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Five star mortgage performance from Yorkshire BS

Five star mortgage performance from Yorkshire BS

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 11/01/2010
First Published: 11/01/2010

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Yorkshire BS has delivered a five star performance with the latest revamp of its mortgage range.

Some dramatic reductions have been made, but top of the tree has to be the new fixed rate of 4.39% to 28.2.13, one of the lowest three year rates on offer at 75% loan-to-value.

It also has the added benefit of a low arrangement fee of £495 and incentives for remortgages of free legal and valuation fees.

Further enhancing its appeal is the flexible option, allowing overpayments, underpayments and payment holidays.

With all these features making this a great product for borrowers able to provide a 25% deposit, a full complement of five out of five Moneyfacts stars is richly deserved.

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