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Portman revises mortgage range

Portman is launching a revised rate of mortgages with
effect from December 18.

The two-year fixed rate of 4.69% has changed to 4.49% and is now open to all channels and a three-year fixed rate is now available at 4.79%.

Portman’s five-year fixed rate of 4.99% has been reduced to 4.89% and the two-year discount at 2.00% has changed to a discount of 2.10%.

A two-year base rate tracker has been introduced at BBR – 0.01% with a pay rate 4.74%.

Helen Shaw, group communications manager at Portman, says: “With Christmas just around the corner, we hope that our mortgage deals will bring some festive cheer to borrowers up and down the country.

“The range is extremely competitive and with two brand new mortgages we feel there is something for everyone in our enlarged portfolio.”


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