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Yorkshire BS in five star mortgage reshuffle

Yorkshire BS in five star mortgage reshuffle

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 22/09/2011
First Published: 11/04/2011

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Yorkshire Building Society has rearranged its mortgage offerings to startling effect.

Its latest reshuffle includes the introduction of a number of new low fee (£95) and high fee (£1,995) mortgages for borrowers new to the lender.

The new fixed rate deals are available over two, three and five years and open to borrowers with a 10%, 15% and 25% deposit to put down.

However, star of the show is the new three year fixed rate mortgage priced at 3.89% to 30 June 2014.

For those with the 25% deposit, it benefits from a reasonable £495 fee and an incentive package comprising free valuation, and a £250 rebate for first and second time buyers. Remortgagers receive free legal fees.

A super shuffle all round, Yorkshire BS earns the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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