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Members Mortgages agrees new prime deals

Members Mortgages &#45 the Deby-based independent mortgage packager and distributor &#45 has agreed the following prime&#39 products with its lender partners.

Bristol & West plc

4.69% fixed for five years

95% maximum loan to value with no MIG

£299 administration fee

No overhanging redemption penalty

£99 submission fee, which includes the valuation fee to £250,000 valuation

Available to first time buyers

Bristol & West plc

4.24% i.e. 1.71% discount to 01.01.06

95% maximum loan to value with no MIG

No administration fee

No overhanging redemption penalties

£99 submission fee, which includes the valuation fee to £250,000 valuation

Free legals on remortgages (panel solicitor) to £250,000 valuation. £300

contribution on purchases

Bristol & West plc

3.99% i.e. 1.96% discount to 01.01.05

85% maximum loan to value with no MIG

£399 administration fee

No overhanging redemption penalties

£99 submission fee, which includes the valuation fee to £250,000 valuation

Free legals on remortgages (panel solicitor) to £250,000 valuation. £300

contribution on purchases

Staffordshire Building Society

4.65% i.e. 1.09% discount for three years

95% maximum loan to value with no MIG to 90%

No administration fee

No overhanging redemption penalties

£99 submission fee

Free legals on remortgages (panel solicitor) to £250,000 valuation. £300

contribution on purchases

Free valuation to £250,000

Contact: 01332 258000

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