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Atom Bank launches 2-year fixed rate range

Digital Mortgages by Atom Bank has launched two-year mortgage deals with a fixed rate at 1.09 per cent on 60 per cent LTVs.

The lender has launched four mortgage deals: a two-year product with a rate of 1.09 per cent on a 60 per cent LTV available for remortgaging and with a product fee; a two-year deal with a rate of 1.39 per cent on a 60 per cent LTV for remortgaging and without a product fee; a two-year loan with a rate of 1.12 per cent on a 75 per cent LTV for remortgaging and with the product fee; and a two-year deal on a rate of 1.49 per cent on a 75 per cent LTV available for remortgaging and without a product fee.

Atom Bank’s chief marketing officer Lisa Wood says: “We are always on the lookout to be able to offer customers great rates, so we’re delighted to be able to bring our two-year fixed rate deals back on sale for 60 per cent and 75 per cent LTVs.

“We’re offering market leading rates across all of our two-year no fee remortgage products, as well as competitive rates if customers want to pay a fee to secure a lower rate.”

Atom Bank launched its first mortgage products in December, available through a panel of registered intermediaries.

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