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Fix up your mortgage with Chelsea BS

Fix up your mortgage with Chelsea BS

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 02/11/2010
First Published: 02/11/2010

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Chelsea BS has launched a new three year fixed rate mortgage that will likely catch the eye of buyers with a 25% deposit.

The New Fixed Rate Mortgage offers a rate of 3.29% until 31 December 2013 on a maximum loan-to-value of 75%.

It includes a very competitive fee of £995 and comes with incentives of free valuation or free legal fees for those remortgaging.

The rate of 3.29% enters the market in line with the current lowest rate available at 75%, but offers a much lower fee of £995.

With incentives of a free valuation and for remortgages free legal fees, this product provides excellent value for money for those opting for a
three year fixed rate mortgage.

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