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N&P shines with high LTV mortgage

N&P shines with high LTV mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 27/09/2012
First Published: 27/09/2012

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Norwich & Peterborough Building Society has reduced its two-year fixed deal by 0.30%, propelling it into the best buy tables.

The basics…

This deal offers a competitive rate of 4.69% for two years. Available to first and second-time buyers and remortgage borrowers this deal has a maximum loan-to-value of 90% and a minimum advance of £75,000.

The finer details….

A fee of £295 is payable. Incentives of a free valuation and a £200 rebate are offered to purchase borrowers, whilst those remortgaging will receive free legal fees.

Why we like it…

Offering a good overall package to borrowers with deposits of 10% or more, this deal has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

What Next?

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