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HSBC hits new heights with mortgage deals

HSBC hits new heights with mortgage deals

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 13/09/2010
First Published: 13/09/2010

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HSBC is scaling new heights with the latest raft of changes to its range of mortgage deals.

The arrangement fees on its 'special' mortgage deals have been reduced from £599 to £99, while the rates on some mortgages have been cut too.

This includes the variable tracker rate mortgage for term which is available at 90% loan-to-value.

A 0.30% reduction in its rate means the deal is now priced at 4.19%.

When coupled with the drop in fee, its appeal to those borrowers with a smaller deposit is obvious.

For improving what was already a top notch mortgage deal anyway, HSBC earns the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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