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Yorkshire BS fixed rate hits top spot

Yorkshire BS fixed rate hits top spot

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 05/10/2012
First Published: 05/10/2012

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A review of Yorkshire Building Society's fixed mortgage range has asserted its already market-leading two-year deal into pole position.

The basics…

Offering a rate of 2.64% to 31.12.14, this deal is available to borrowers with deposits of 25% or more.

The finer details….

This product is available to first and second-time buyers and remortgage customers wishing to borrow between £25,001 and £5 million. An arrangement fee of £995 is payable.

Why we like it…

This deal offers borrowers a great all round mortgage package and has been awarded five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

What next?

Compare 2 year fixed rate mortgages

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