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Vernon BS unveils five star fixed rate mortgage

Vernon BS unveils five star fixed rate mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 28/11/2011
First Published: 28/11/2011

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Vernon BS has made a five star addition to its mortgage range amongst some new fixed, discounted and variable rate deals.

Star of the show is a three year fixed rate deal available to borrowers with a 20% deposit.

The rate of 3.29% to 31 March 2015 is the lowest over this term, while the fee of £499 is reasonable as well.

Adding to its appeal is an incentive package which includes a refund of the £499 arrangement fee, a free valuation, £200 towards legal fees or free legal fees.

The excellent rate and attractive incentives see this mortgage earn the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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