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Market Harborough excels with new mortgage deal

Market Harborough excels with new mortgage deal

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 29/10/2010
First Published: 09/06/2010

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Market Harborough BS has excelled itself again with another new mortgage deal.

A new rate of 2.80% on its two year tracker rate mortgage represents excellent value for borrowers.

However, not only does this product offer a low rate, there's a reasonable fee of £995 and an extensive range of additional benefits to boot.

A refund of the valuation fee (up to £550) and offset and flexible features are available for all borrowers, whilst those looking to remortgage are also offered free legal fees.

The absence of an early repayment charge enhances the attraction of the deal even further.

A mortgage deal which seems to be the complete package, this product earns the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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