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Nottingham BS annihilates the mortgage competition

Nottingham BS annihilates the mortgage competition

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 02/02/2010
First Published: 02/02/2010

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Nottingham BS has wiped the floor with its mortgage rivals following the launch of a new variable tracker rate mortgage.

Available at 3.99% (bank base rate plus 3.49%), the deal is one of only two variable tracker rates currently available at 85% loan to value for three years.

It easily beats the rate on offer from its rival, while the fee of £795 is reasonable too.

Also sure to prove appealing is the incentive of a free valuation and for remortgages free legal fees.

An all round good egg, this product earns four out of five Moneyfacts stars.
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