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ING Direct catches mortgage eyes

ING Direct catches mortgage eyes

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 06/08/2012
First Published: 22/04/2010

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ING Direct (UK) has launched an eye-catching discounted rate mortgage priced at 2.50% to 31 May 2012.

Although the market leading mortgage within the 60% loan to value sector currently offers a rate of 1.99%, this particular deal has the extremely attractive benefit of having no fee payable (the competitor's deal requires a fee of £999).

Borrowers who are remortgaging will also benefit from both a free valuation and free legal fees, all of which should add to the products overall appeal.

Five out of five Moneyfacts stars are well deserved.

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