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Future to waive completion fees

Future Mortgages, the mortgage business of CitiFinancial in the UK, is waiving completion fees on all core products.

The offer will save customers up to 650 on a discounted mortgage and up to 850 on fixed rates, and is open until September 1.

The offer follows the launch of buy-to-let and 100% fixed rate mortgage product ranges in the last two months.

Ken Horsburgh, head of sales at Future Mortgages, says: We are working hard to innovate in everything we do.

The removal of completion fees is just the latest in what we expect to be a continuing programme of enhancements.

We are working closely with our business partners to ensure that Future Mortgages attracts and retains an increasingly large proportion of business from the market.

The positive feedback we are receiving from packagers, intermediaries and customers tells us that they like our approach and believe we are delivering on our promises.

Future Mortgages core product range is available from prime through to sub-prime customers on both fixed and variable discount products, excluding 100% and buy-to-let products are not part of the core product range.


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