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TMB cuts rates across many of its products

THE MORTGAGE Business has cut the rates on its fixed, dedicated remortgage and self build products.

These include fixed rates at 4.95% until the end of 2008, a remortgage only self-cert rate with no completion fee and 750 cashback, and self build products including a fixed rate and two tracker rate mortgages.

The self build rates include a 5.85% fix until the end of 2007 reverting to base rate plus 1.79%, a tracker set at base plus 1.79% for the term with no early repayment charge, and a second tracker rate set at base plus 1.35% until the end of 2007.

Bill Dudgeon, managing director of TMB, says: “Our capacity to offer niche and bespoke products puts us at the front of the specialist lending arena.”

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