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Stellar 90% mortgage from Hanley Economic BS

Stellar 90% mortgage from Hanley Economic BS

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 08/02/2013
First Published: 08/02/2013

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Hanley Economic Building Society has launched a stellar fixed rate mortgage for those with low deposits of only 10%.

The basics…

At 4.20% fixed to 30.4.2018, this deal offers the lowest rate for borrowers looking for a 90% loan-to-value mortgage.

The finer details….

Borrowers must approach the building society directly in order to apply for this product.

An added advantage is that there is no fee, making it even more cost effective than its competitors.

Why we like it….

This stellar five-year fixed rate mortgage from Hanley Economic Building Society earns five out of five Moneyfacts Stars for its low rate, no fee combination.

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