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HSBC launches top two-year mortgage

HSBC launches top two-year mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 30/11/2012
First Published: 30/11/2012

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HSBC has launched an extremely competitive two-year fixed rate mortgage, available via direct business only.

The basics…..

This deal offers a rate of 1.99% to 28.2.15 to purchase and remortgage borrowers with deposits of 40% and over.

The finer details….

An arrangement fee of £1,499 is payable. Remortgage customers can take advantage of free legal fees, whilst all borrowers are offered the flexibility to make overpayments.

This mortgage is available to borrowers with existing HSBC current accounts only.

Why we like it….

This deal pays the lowest direct two-year fixed rate in the market and has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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