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Yorkshire BS launches 5 star best buy mortgage

Yorkshire BS launches 5 star best buy mortgage

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 11/01/2013
First Published: 10/01/2013

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Yorkshire Building Society has launched a stellar two-year fixed rate mortgage for borrowers with at least a 40% deposit.

The basics…

This deal offers a highly-competitive rate of 1.99% to 31.3.2015 on a maximum loan-to-value (LTV) of 60%.

The finer details….

The maximum advance is £5 million and this product is open to first-time buyers, home movers and those remortgaging. Although the product comes with no incentive package, the fee is set at a reasonable £995.

Why we like it….

This is the lowest two-year rate available at this loan-to-value and as such enters the Moneyfacts.co.uk two-year fixed rate Mortgage Best Buy charts. It has also achieved the highest accolade that Moneyfacts awards – five out of five stars!

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