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Red letter day for Post Office mortgages

Red letter day for Post Office mortgages

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 18/12/2009
First Published: 03/12/2009

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The Post Office has delivered again after reducing rates on its two and three year fixed rate mortgage by up to 1.30%.

Standing out is the two year fixed rate at 80% loan to value of 4.99% to 31 January 2012.

It's amongst the best rates available at the 80% loan to value tier, while the low arrangement fee of £599 also adds to its appeal.

For those looking to keep set-up costs down, there's also an option with a free valuation, and for remortgages free legal fees, at the slightly higher rate of 5.19%.

Delivering on so many levels, this product receives the stamp of approval and four out five Moneyfacts stars.

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