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Accord cuts remortgage rates by up to 0.15%

AccordAccord Mortgages has reduced rates for remortgaging customers by up to 0.15 per cent.

The intermediary-only lender, which is part of Yorkshire Building Society Group, has made reductions across its 65 per cent, 75 per cent, 80 per cent and 85 per cent LTV range, which also come with a choice of incentives.

Highlights include a two-year fix at 1.34 per cent at 65 per cent LTV, and a two year fixed rate mortgage at 1.44 per cent for borrowers with 25 per cent deposit. Both mortgages come with a £845 fee, and free standard valuation and standard legal fees.

National intermediary sales manager David Robinson says: “These rate reductions are part of our ongoing commitment to offer borrowers and brokers value for money and a wide range of mortgages.

“We feel these reductions along with the added incentives will help to reduce the financial outlay for borrowers who are looking to remortgage.”

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