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ING Direct raises the mortgage roof

ING Direct raises the mortgage roof

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 06/08/2012
First Published: 13/10/2010

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ING Direct (UK) has raised the roof on the mortgage market with its new two year fixed rate mortgage deal.

Available to borrowers with a 25% deposit, its re-vamped two year deal is now priced at 2.99% with a fee of £945.

The rate is good enough to make it the market leader when compared with similar fixed rate products with a flat fee.

The deal also offers incentives for remortgages of free legal fees and a free valuation, which helps to reduce costs.

For managing to improve a mortgage deal which was already one of the best around, ING Direct (UK) has been rewarded with the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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