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Mortgage from Hanley Economic BS steals the show

Mortgage from Hanley Economic BS steals the show

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 17/08/2010
First Published: 17/08/2010

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Hanley Economic has launched a new fixed rate discounted mortgage that has stormed to the top of its class.

The New Fixed Rate Mortgage offers 3.85% to 30 November 2012, a maximum loan-to-value of 80%, a fee of £699, and incentives of a £250 rebate for house purchase and free legal fees for remortgages.

This new deal is some 0.49% lower than the current market leader in this sector with the fee of £899 being just slightly higher.

Overall, this is a very attractive product in an area where choice is limited.

The full quota of five out of five Moneyfacts stars has been awarded.

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