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BOS make changes to remortgage range

Bank of Scotland Mortgages has introduced seven new products to its remortgage range.

The changes include, atwo-year tracker at 4.89% for loans up to 500,000. This product has no arrangement fee.
A 4.69% two-year tracker with a 499 arrangement fee has also been introduced. This product is available for loans up to 500,000.
A 4.44% two-year tracker with a 1499 arrangement fee. This is available for loans from 500,000 to 1,000,000.
A 4.64% two-year tracker is now available for loans from 500,000 to 1,000,000 and has a 599 arrangement fee.
A new 4.29% two-year tracker with an arrangement fee of 1499. This product is available for loans up to 500,000.

The products are all available up to 85% LTV and include the Bank of Scotland Remortgage Service with no charge for property valuation and the Bank will also pay its own legal fees.

Other changes include, another 4.89% two-year tracker for loans up to 500,000 which has no arrangement fee.

A second 4.69% two-year tracker with an arrangement fee of 499. This product is available for loans up to 500,000.

These two products are also available up to 85% LTV and include the incentive of a refund of property valuation and a 200 cashback.

Charles Haresnape, managing director of Bank of Scotland Mortgages, says: We are pleased to be offering an even wider choice of products for brokers and their clients, particularly in terms of rates, the size of arrangement fees and the selection of products available for different loan sizes.

Haresnape adds: With a variety of products available for loans up to 1m and extra incentives such as the Bank of Scotland Remortgage Service we are sure that these enhancements to our remortgage offering will be strong additions to the market.

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