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Chelsea changes fixed rate mortgage range

Chelsea has changed its fixed rate mortgage products following the recent changes to the Bank of England base rate.

All two-year fixed rates standard, buy-to-let, self-cert, prospect and fees
assisted remortgage products will be increased by 0.40%

All standard three-year fixed rates including helping hand and fees assisted
remortgage will be increased by 0.10%

The three year buy-to-let fixed rate will be increased by 0.15%

Standard five-year fixed rates including fees assisted remortgage and
excluding those linked with a cashback will be increased by 0.20%

All fixed rate end dates and corresponding early repayment charges remain
unchanged.

The rates on Chelseas tracker mortgages have increased in line with the
base rate change by 0.25%.

With effect from the close of business on Friday January 19, all existing
fixed rates will be withdrawn and all new products will be available from
Saturday January 20.

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