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Leek United adds spice to mortgage market

Leek United adds spice to mortgage market

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 25/01/2010
First Published: 25/01/2010

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Leek United BS has spiced up the variable tracker rate mortgage market with its new three year deal.

Open to borrowers with a deposit of 25%, the rate of 2.69% (base rate plus 2.19%) is amongst the best in its field.

Adding to its attractiveness further is a flat fee of £995, a free valuation and a £250 rebate for both purchase and remortgage customers.

Turning up the heat in the tracker rate mortgage market, this product earns four out five Moneyfacts stars.

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