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Tie up your mortgage for ten years with N&P

Tie up your mortgage for ten years with N&P

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 17/12/2012
First Published: 25/01/2012

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Norwich & Peterborough BS has launched a very competitive ten year fixed rate mortgage that is sure to be popular with buyers looking for long-term peace of mind.

The rate of 3.99% puts it in the Moneyfacts Best Buy Charts, while the product also benefits from a low fee of just £295 and incentives for all borrowers.

Everyone is eligible for a free valuation, house purchase customers receive £200, and those remortgaging will qualify for free legal fees.

A cracking new addition to the mortgage market, a maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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