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M2-mortgage club launches product with N&P

m2-mortgage club and Norwich and Peterborough have joined together to launch a competitive fixed rate product.

The mortgage features a 4.79% rate fixed for 5 years, 4.25 + 1 or 3.25 joint income multiples and 200 cashback for purchase or free legal fees for remortgage.

The product also includes free valuation, no arrangement fee,
No booking fee, and a proc fee 0.3% min 125 max 1000.

It offers 90% LTV with a min advance 50,000 and the product is only available via m2-mortgage club.

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