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Bristol & West launches fixed rate mortgages

Bristol & West Mortgages has launched three new products to compliment its core mortgage range.

The new mortgages are a 4.49% five-year fixed rate which is available up to 95% LTV with no extended tie in.

The second one is a two-year fixed rate mortgage at 3.95%, again with no extended tie-in and up to 95% LTV.

Both these products have a £299 arrangement fee, which can be avoided with a two-year fixed rate mortgage at 4.29%. This mortgage offers free legals for remortgagers and no valuation fee.

Neena Kithoray, senior product manager for Bristol & West Mortgages, says: “Our core range has been more successful than we could have imagined so we have taken the decision to extend it by a further three months. However, as always, we want to provide our customers with the best possible deals so we have launched three excellent new products, all market leading in their own right.”

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