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Yorkshire BS rings in the mortgage changes

Yorkshire BS rings in the mortgage changes

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 21/05/2010
First Published: 21/05/2010

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Yorkshire BS has made a welcome reduction to the rates on a number of its fixed rate mortgage deals.

It means the two year fixed rate mortgage deal is now available at the knock down rate of 3.05%, sending it soaring up the mortgage rankings.

The three year deal at 3.99% and the ten year deal at 5.39% also both now feature amongst the best products in their field.

A reasonable fee of £995, in tandem with an attractive incentive package for both house purchase and remortgages, is sure to enhance the attractiveness of all of the products to borrowers with a 25% deposit.

Flexibility is a key aspect of the products too, with each of the deals available with an offset facility, with the above rates increased by 0.10%.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are well deserved.

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