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Saffron BS scores top mortgage marks

Saffron BS scores top mortgage marks

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 25/11/2009
First Published: 18/11/2009

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Saffron BS has given borrowers umpteen reasons to be cheerful with the launch of its new fixed rate mortgage .

Available for house purchase only, the rate of 5.89% to 30.11.2012 is a market leader in its field, the lowest rate up to 90% loan to value with widespread availability.

A fee of £995 will not break the bank either.

Applications must come either direct or through Saffron Mortgage Brokers.

However, for a borrower requiring a high loan to value who is happy to apply direct to the lender, it is a product to cherish.

As a result, this deal earns the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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