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Furness on fire with new mortgage range

Furness on fire with new mortgage range

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 21/06/2010
First Published: 21/06/2010

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Furness BS has set the mortgage market alight by extending its range of mortgage deals.

It has introduced a new set of mortgage deals, all at 80% loan-to-value, with one of the new offerings a two year variable tracker rate mortgage priced at 3.29%.

Although similar deals are available at a lower rate, the fact that there is no arrangement fee to pay is sure to appeal to many borrowers.

It is also one of a limited number of deals in this market to offer incentives to both purchases and remortgages.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are thoroughly deserved.

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