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Commercial loan terms extended

State Securities is extending the maximum terms of its commercial mortgage range as part of its continued growth strategy.

The extension means commercial mortgages will be available over a term of up to 25 years, giving borrowers the option to reduce their monthly repayments by spreading them over a longer loan term.

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