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The Co-op enhances five-year fixed mortgage

The Co-op enhances five-year fixed mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 19/02/2013
First Published: 19/02/2013

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The Co-operative Bank has removed the £999 arrangement fee on its five-year fixed rate mortgage, heightening its appeal to borrowers with deposits of 40% and over.

The basics…

This mortgage offers an attractive rate of 2.79% to 30.4.18 and has a maximum loan-to-value of 60%.

The finer details….

This new look deal no longer has an arrangement fee and has added incentives for remortgage customers of free valuation and legal fees.

Purchase and remortgage customers can borrow between £25,000 and £500,000, whilst a wealth of flexible features including overpayments, underpayments and payment holidays are also offered.

Why we like it….

The combination of a competitive rate, absence of arrangement fee, incentives and flexibility with repayments means this mortgage retains its position as a best buy. Four out of five Moneyfacts Stars have been awarded.

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