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Stellar 5-year mortgage from Nationwide

Stellar 5-year mortgage from Nationwide

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 25/10/2012
First Published: 24/10/2012

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Nationwide Building Society has reduced rates across its mortgage range, with the five-year variable tracker option the pick of the bunch.

The basics…

This five-year mortgage offers a variable tracker rate of 3.49% to those with at least a 30% deposit (70% loan-to-value). This product also comes with a low fee of £99.

The finer details….

There is an attractive incentive package on this variable mortgage, including a free valuation and free legal fees.

Why we like it…

For borrowers looking for an all-round package, including a low fee and reasonable rate, from a well-known high street lender, this five-year mortgage should fit the bill. It has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts Stars.

What next?

Use our Mortgage Finder to compare the market for the best variable and tracker rates and lenders.

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