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Top marks for Market Harborough mortgage

Top marks for Market Harborough mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 29/10/2010
First Published: 27/05/2010

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Market Harborough BS has made a move certain to please borrowers looking for a fixed rate mortgage deal.

Having altered its two year fixed rate mortgage of 2.95% so that those both purchasing and remortgaging could apply, the society has now made the deal available to an even wider audience.

The minimum advance has been reduced from £125K to just £50K and the fee has received a £99 cut, to leave it at £995.

Already a top rate in the 75% loan-to-value sector, this eye-catching deal is also now open to borrowers with only a 20% deposit (80% loan-to-value).

All of the mortgage deals original incentives remain intact, so five out of five Moneyfacts stars is a well deserved reward.

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