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RBS And NatWest Top Of The Class

RBS And NatWest Top Of The Class

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 31/10/2008
First Published: 03/11/2008

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Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest Mortgage Services have jumped to the head of the mortgage class by reducing rates and fees on a number of their fixed rate mortgages.

It means you can now enjoy a 5-year fixed rate of just 6.64%, the lowest fixed rate available if you only have a 5% deposit to put down.

A fee of just £999 and the added incentives of free legal and valuation fees if you are remortgaging also help to keep costs low.

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