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New variable rate mortgage from Yorkshire Bank

New variable rate mortgage from Yorkshire Bank

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 18/11/2010
First Published: 18/11/2010

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Yorkshire Bank has launched a new five year variable mortgage that may stir some interest in the first time buyer market.

The variable mortgage offers 4.99% for term, a maximum loan-to-value of 80%, a fee of £999, and has a flexible offset option. Furthermore, no penalty is payable.

Although not the lowest rate available, no similar deals are currently on offer at this high loan-to-value, making this an attractive proposition, especially for the first time buyer.

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