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C&G launches intermediary-only trackers

Cheltenham & Gloucester is launching a new range of intermediary-only tracker products, available from Monday June 25 2007.

The two-year trackers, term trackers and buy-to-let two-year trackers are available for both house purchases and remortgages, for loans ranging in size from £25,000 up to £1m.

The 100% two-year tracker is available for house purchases, for loans ranging in size from £25,000 up to £500,000.

Mark Blackwell, head of corporate and specialist intermediary sales, at C&G, says: “The products are part of our continuing strategy of offering consistently competitive pricing and propositions, and is further evidence of C&G’s commitment to the intermediary marketplace.

“The new range, including the market leading 4.49% two-year tracker, is a clear response to broker feedback demanding continual development of our tracker range.”

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