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RBSIP launches two-year fix

RBS Intermediary Partners has launched a two-year fixed rate mortgage and is also repricing its range of fixed rate products.

There will also be some new rates for the NatWest fixed rate buy-to-let products.

The new RBS two-year fixed rate will offer an initial rate of 5.99% and is aimed at first-time buyers, house purchasers and home movers and will have a £999 arrangement fee.

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