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Mortgage from Mansfield is (five) star of the show

Mortgage from Mansfield is (five) star of the show

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 06/01/2010
First Published: 06/01/2010

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Mansfield BS has launched a new fixed rate mortgage that is the pick of the bunch in this crowded marketplace.

For direct business only, it has a rate of 3.59% for two years and a fee of £999.

Its nearest rival in a field of 145 products requires a fee of 2% of the advance.

For potential homeowners who have the required 25% deposit, this option is likely to appeal, and its position in the market has been reflected with the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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