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New mortgage from Britannia takes the plaudits

New mortgage from Britannia takes the plaudits

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 05/03/2010
First Published: 04/03/2010

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Britannia has launched a new fixed mortgage that is likely to demand the attention of homebuyers.

The two year product has a rate of 3.19% to 30.6.12, a maximum loan-to-value of 75% and a fee of £999.

The fee and incentives will add further appeal to what is already an outstanding product.

The more than reasonable fee and incentives of flexible option and for remortgages, free valuation and free legal fees adds to the appeal

John Hughes, business leader retail products, said: "Following on from the recent launch of our longer term fixed mortgages, we have now added a two-year fixed rate option to our range to give our customers even more choice.

"Furthermore, the mortgages are available through all of our channels including both branch networks (Britannia and The Co-operative Bank), online and on the telephone -so our customers can also choose the channel which best suits their needs."

Five out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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