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Leeds BS scores with fixed rate mortgage

Leeds BS scores with fixed rate mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 26/08/2010
First Published: 26/08/2010

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Leeds BS has expanded its fixed rate mortgage portfolio by adding a new range of five year fixed rate mortgage deals.

Although some deals are available to those with as little as a 15% deposit, the lowest priced new deal offers a rate of 3.94% to 30 November 2015 and is open to borrowers with at least a 40% deposit.

This new deal offers one of the best mortgage rates in its field, although a fee of £999 (for advances up to £500K) is slightly higher than that required elsewhere.

However, the deal remains an eye catcher in an area of the market where the majority of the rates available are priced at over 4%.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars is a great result for Leeds BS.

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