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ING Direct cuts mortgage rates

ING Direct cuts mortgage rates

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 06/08/2012
First Published: 03/09/2010

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ING Direct has reduced selected mortgage rates by up to 0.45%.

The stand out deal is the fixed rate mortgage that charges a rate of 4.14% until 30 November 2013.

Despite the large cut, the rate still does not beat the current market leader within this sector of the market at 3.69%.

It does, however, beat all its lower priced rivals on fee, requiring just £195, compared to £999 in some cases. For those remortgaging an attractive incentive package is also included.

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