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Market Harborough earns top mortgage marks

Market Harborough earns top mortgage marks

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 15/07/2010
First Published: 15/07/2010

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Market Harborough BS has received top marks for reducing the rate on its two year fixed rate mortgage deal.

Available at a maximum loan-to-value of 85%, the new deal is available at a rate of 3.95% to 30 November 2012, half a percent lower than its previous incarnation.

Easily the top rate in its sector, there is also an impressive incentive package to add to its appeal.

The decision to reduce the minimum advance from £150K to £50K also makes this mortgage more accessible to borrowers at the lower end of the market.

A fantastic all round product, this deal earns the full complement of five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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