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Yorkshire BS takes giant step in mortgage market

Yorkshire BS takes giant step in mortgage market

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 17/12/2012
First Published: 09/03/2010

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Yorkshire BS has put its best foot forward with a new Two Year Fixed Rate Mortgage.

Offering a rate of 2.99%, it is the lowest rate available to borrowers without having to go through an adviser, while the fee of £995 is reasonable too.

There is also an incentive package for remortgages of free valuation and legal fees.

For borrowers lucky enough to have the 50% deposit/equity required, this is an attractive short term deal which earns four out five Moneyfacts stars.

Compare 2 year fixed rate mortgage or take a look at our fixed rate mortgages

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