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Get a helping hand from Lloyds TSB

Get a helping hand from Lloyds TSB

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 10/06/2011
First Published: 10/06/2011

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Lloyds TBS has reduced the rates on its innovative Lend a Hand mortgages.

The mortgages have been withdrawn and replaced with rates reduced by 0.35%. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.

The newly priced 5.09% to 31 July 2014, 95% loan-to-value mortgage sits comfortably towards the top of the market.

This product benefits from a low fee and a 0.20% reduction is available to those who hold a Lloyds TSB current account.

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