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Yorkshire BS mortgage catches five star fever

Yorkshire BS mortgage catches five star fever

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 15/02/2010
First Published: 11/02/2010

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Yorkshire BS has caught five star fever after reducing rates across its entire fixed rate mortgage range.

Standing out from the crowd is its lowest three year fixed rate deal deal, now priced at 4.14%.

This leaves the rate 0.05% lower than its nearest rival, in a sector of the market where rates can be as high as 6.14%.

The low fee of £495 is ideal for those looking to keep set up costs to a minimum, while remortgages also benefit from an incentive package.

Earning the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars, this product is the perfect pick me up for borrowers with the necessary 25% equity/deposit.

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