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Mortgage magic from Hanley Economic BS

Mortgage magic from Hanley Economic BS

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 14/10/2009
First Published: 14/10/2009

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The new Fixed Rate Mortgage from Hanley Economic BS could cast a spell over some borrowers.

The rate of 3.69% is the lowest available allowing advances up to 70% loan to value and ranks amongst the best in the two year fixed rate mortgage market.

The flat fee of £895 is also competitive, while other benefits include free legal fees for remortgages and a penalty-free 10% lump sum overpayment allowance per year.

The excellent all round package is likely to appeal to borrowers in England and Wales who can provide the 30% deposit required, and so earns four out five Moneyfacts stars.

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