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Marsden BS mortgage deals make the cut

Marsden BS mortgage deals make the cut

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 28/05/2010
First Published: 28/05/2010

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Marsden BS has given borrowers a Bank Holiday bonus with a revamp of its mortgage range.

Considerable reductions to both fees and rates represent a positive move for borrowers, while a new discounted variable rate mortgage deal has been introduced for house purchase only at 3.39% to 31 July 2012.

Available to those with a 20% deposit, this mortgage deal is sure to entice not only because of its rate, but also because of the low set up fee of £199.

The additional incentive of a free basic valuation for properties worth up to £500K only increases its appeal.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are well and truly deserved.

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