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Stellar two-year mortgage from ING Direct

Stellar two-year mortgage from ING Direct

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 11/02/2013
First Published: 11/02/2013

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ING Direct has reduced the rate on its two-year fixed rate mortgage, which pushes this product into prime position in the Moneyfacts Best Buy tables.

The basics…

Now charging a rate of 2.29% fixed to 30 April 2015, this deal is available to borrowers with at least a 40% deposit. An added advantage is the low fee of £495.

The finer details….

The generous incentive package includes free legal fees and a free valuation for those remortgaging and a refunded valuation for first and second-time buyers.

Why we like it….

This latest reduction by ING Direct launches this product into a market-leading position at the top of the Moneyfacts Best Buys. A generous incentive package and low fee will further boost its appeal for borrowers looking for a highly competitive package.

Five out of five Moneyfacts Stars are richly deserved.

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