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Hanley Economic tops the fixed rate mortgage class

Hanley Economic tops the fixed rate mortgage class

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 12/01/2011
First Published: 12/01/2011

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Hanley Economic BS has shot to the top of the class with its new two year fixed rate mortgage.

Priced at 3.45%, it is the lowest rate available at the 80% loan-to-value mark.

It also has a reasonable fee of £499 and offers an incentive package of a free valuation, a £250 rebate for house purchases, and free legal fees for remortgages.

Representing excellent value for money, this deal earns the full five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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