Fixed Rate Mortgages
The West Brom has launched a new two year fixed rate mortgage range targeted at first time buyers and those seeking to move up the property ladder.
The Cambridge Building Society has announced that it is reducing rates on three of its current mortgage products in its residential range and that it is launching a new three year fixed rate product for intermediaries.
Skipton Building Society has launched three new limited edition mortgage products, two aimed at people with lower LTVs who are looking to remortgage, and one at first and next time buyers with smaller deposits.
Leeds Building Society has launched a 2-year fixed rate mortgage at only 1.99%, which is fixed until 31 December 2015.
Leeds Building Society has introduced a £200 cashback incentive on its 2, 3 and 5 year fixed rate ‘Welcome Mortgages'.
The West Brom is cutting the cost of borrowing over two years following a review of its fixed rate mortgage range.
Post Office has cut rates across its range of mortgages, cementing its position as one of the most competitive providers in the market.
Coventry Building Society has launched a new residential range with 2 year fixed rates from 2.09%, available with a choice of fee structures and some with no early repayment charges.
Virgin Money has announced a number of changes across its residential mortgage range. The updated range will be available from 27 September 2013.
Skipton Building Society has reduced interest rates on some of its two and three-year fixed rate mortgages by up to 0.20%.
Coventry Building Society has extended its highly competitive range of 2 and 5 year fixed rates and cut rates by up to 0.30% on selected products.
A two year fixed rate mortgage with a best buy rate of 1.99% is being launched by Norwich & Peterborough Building Society (N&P) on Friday, 13 September.
Metro Bank, the revolutionary High Street Bank, has announced a reduction of its mortgage rates across its residential and Buy to Let mortgage range.
Nationwide is reducing all two-year fixed rates available up to 70 per cent loan to value (LTV) by 0.10 per cent - the Society's lowest ever fixed rate deal.
HSBC has launched ‘First for First-Time Buyers', offering unbeatable mortgage rates on the High Street at 90% LTV.
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