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Furness BS discounted rate delivers

Furness BS discounted rate delivers

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 22/12/2009
First Published: 22/12/2009

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Furness BS has furnished us with some newly reduced rates on its 60% and 80% loan to value (LTV) two and three year variable and discounted rates.

The three year discounted rate at 80% LTV is particularly appealing, being priced at 3.79% with a relatively low fee of £499.

Also of considerable interest will be the incentives of free accident, sickness and unemployment insurance for three months and free valuation (maximum £318.09).

For remortgages in England and Wales, there's free legal fees or £150 in Scotland.

A competitive deal at this level of LTV, this product earns four out five Moneyfacts stars.

Compare discounted variable rate mortgages

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